Onto the main issue. I seriously appreciate them helping us out and letting us live with Die Arzte merch shirt, but I really can’t envision having an infant in this house. First off there 13 dogs here, only 2 of which are actually trained (1 being my dog) so the floor and things on the floor are at constant risk of being peed/pood on. Add to that FIL is something of a hoarder so there is constant disorganization, and MIL’s version of clean is “its good if it smells nice” and you might be able to see why I’m so anxious with a newborn due in under 3 months. I’ll admit they are making an effort to make things cleaner, but it hasn’t really been enough (I feel like using Bleach to clean and using more than the quick wash setting on rugs the dogs messed on should be a minimum standard) but the biggest problem is the dogs themselves. 3 of them have been known to bite when startled or overly excited and only the 2 trained ones really understand the meaning of “no” .
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So it really spikes my anxiety when MIL makes comments about the Die Arzte merch shirt in her room or setting up the pack n’ play in the living room (where MIL, FIL and the dogs spend most of their time). I don’t really want the baby out of my sight until they are at least 6 mo and I don’t go in the ILs room or the living room (it has a constant subtle pee smell), but most importantly I don’t want the dogs anywhere near my baby. TBH I don’t want the dogs around anything dedicated to the baby either (bassinet, swing, walker, etc). I know this will be a hard ask for the ILs as they ALWAYS have the dogs around them and since the house is open floor plan there is no real way to lock them in a given area. So this would effectively be the same as saying you can never watch the baby, which would likely lead to a fight with MIL (she is convinced that the baby will be spending most of the day with her, she even tried asking if she could take them on a trip back home in Oct…the baby is due in Aug, yeah no.). I have no issues with putting my foot down when I feel the need but this is one of those times where I’m not sure if this is asking too much just from a practical standpoint. Im at the point where I feel like the only safe places for my newborn would be my room or outside of the house. So now I keep wondering, am I just being overprotective and taking this thing with the dogs too far? Especially since I don’t really mind my dog being near the baby, just the untrained mob.
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