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#1 of 4 Old 02-09-2009, 11:26 PM - Thread Starter
 
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anyone else have a kid that acts funny with the moon? my dogs go cukoo, and I am now noticing DS usually has a funky night near the full moon. Anyone else?

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US!!!!
My two have been royal terrors for the last 2 days.
Never fails, every full moon, they go nuts. (okay, so this is the 1st full moon for the baby to go nuts, but still.....)

Me so sleeeeeeeeeeepy

---feeling like an emu on acid---
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we noticed it last night. the 3 almost 4 y.o. was a pain in the butt and the baby woke alot. just know it'll pass.
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totally, yes, 100% - a crazy restless, but happy full moon party boy.
I just made a big note on my calendar to remind me about the next full moon. I'm going to try to utterly wipe him out in the days before and during...

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