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No matter when we have to leave, what has to be done, or how close we are to going to bed...he just wants to take a nap. It starts out just like this,
Him: "What time do we have to be there?"
Me: "5:30, and we better leave a little early so we don't sit in traffic."
Him: "Well can I take a nap first?"
Me: "...You realize it's 4:30, right?"
Yes, he asks me like he's a little kid. This would all be fine if he actually took naps. Instead, he will pass out for 3 hours into what most people would call a coma. Sometimes he'll ask me to wake him up in 10 minutes. To be nice, I'll continue doing whatever and let him sleep an hour. When I go back to the room to get him up, he says, "But I didn't really nap! It took me forever to fall asleep and Dobby [the dog] kept moving around, and then someone locked their car…” This is his excuse every single time.
It’s easy to tell he’s lying. When this guy’s head hits the pillow he’s out no matter what background noise there is. I’ve even attached proof. We bought a new dining room table for our kitchen. I did a lot of the work, and he just had to move some of the trash out of the kitchen. I went back to the bedroom to look out the window to find out why moving some boxes onto the deck takes 2 hours. This is what I found: