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A completely logical response. Last time I saw a cockroach I torched the place. Sure, it was my neighbor's house, but I'm sure he appreciated the gesture. Washing everything isn't as effective, but it works.

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OP's son might be very young, in which case I wouldn't advise simply telling him to sleep on the couch. That's a little cold to tell a little kid IMO.

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There's nothing wrong with kids sleeping on couches. Heck, I make my kids sleep on piles of rags in the basement, and they seem mostly alright. I even give them blankets sometimes.

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That's why a parent can put down cushions/pillows/blankets to protect the child should they roll off the couch. At least they'll fall into a soft area. But, then the child can still sleep and the mother as well.

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*HollyQuinn locks eyes with her partner, smiling slightly with concern in her eyes* "Look, you know how much I love you, and I've hinted at it before, but… ugh, how do I put this best? You see, when it comes to having kids… there's this FML—" "The cockroach one?!" "Yeah! Well, one of the cockroach ones." "Say no more. I'm not looking to have kids either."

A completely logical response. Last time I saw a cockroach I torched the place. Sure, it was my neighbor's house, but I'm sure he appreciated the gesture. Washing everything isn't as effective, but it works.

And you'd want to sleep on sheets after cockroaches have crawled on them? Cockroaches aren't exactly sanitary. But in all honesty, letting him sleep on the couch would have solved the issue for the night at least.

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