By Lentil - Australia
Today, I went over to my neighbours' to politely complain about their dog, which had been barking non-stop for hours. This issue has been going on for months, and I finally decided today, of all days, was the day to resolve it. When I got there, they'd just got home from giving birth at the hospital. FML
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  MyLoveDrunk  |  11

36- if you know anything about fetal development you would know that she was referring to the fact that the baby heard the dog barking in the womb for months too.


I have two dogs and when I had my son they did not wake him at first. For the first three months newborns have a reflex that basically tunes the world out when they sleep. Well when that was over they woke him up constantly!! So you are all right really but my question is why is this even an argument?

  MyLoveDrunk  |  11

62- How about this, if you understood any reason why I said what I said you would know that I wasn't saying that they should just let the dog bark all night and all day long, I was just clarifying to that other person that babies are able to hear in the womb since he obviously didn't know. But thanks for your stupid comment anyways.

By  1happymummy  |  14

So they should have gotten someone to sit the dog. Not your fault. Oh and you should have wished them luck with the screaming newborn AND yappy mutt! Oh, but then again, thats not going to be much fun for you. FYL

  jen1097  |  25

I don't think the first thing they think of when she's about to pop out a baby is who is going to make sure their dog isn't going to bark......

  The_Troller  |  14

Ohhhh... The story was about the newborn baby making noise as well as the dog. I thought it was just about the awkwardness of the timing (right when they got back from the hospital).

Herp derp.