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02/03/2014 at 08:05
The front door was wide open. No idea how long it had been open. I am sure it wasn't when we went to bed last night, but that's a good ten hours it could ahve been open. Nothing apears to be missing from the house, other than two of the cats! I feel a bit sick though that we could ahev been robbed and I wouldn't have known anything about it as I have been up most of the night dealing with B's nightmares.
02/03/2014 at 08:48
Eek, it's like something from Paranormal Activity!!!
02/03/2014 at 10:31
Was it one of the children opening it?
02/03/2014 at 11:15
I don't know. B does sleep walk and that worries me. I need to make sure the deadlock is on.
02/03/2014 at 20:10
03/03/2014 at 09:18
I can't imagine that you would have left your front door wide open and not noticed before you went to bed. And Its unlikely that someone would have opened the door from outside and not stolen anything. So that just leaves one or other of the children. And leaving a door wide open is the kind of thing my daughter would do during the day. Make Sure you put the deadlock on. If you were staying in the house I'd also suggest fitting a bolt at the top, out of their reach.
03/03/2014 at 17:58
How frightening, do you think it could have been you? P is a sleep walker, it terrifies me. For this exact reason....and if I'm being honest he freaks me out when he does it too. He looks at us like he doesn't know us and all sorts. I keep saying to H though that I may take him to the doctors over it, a as the prospect of windows and doors doesn't bear thinking about.
03/03/2014 at 18:00
I'm just asking but, did you say Your ex used to let himself in? Could you put a chain on the door, this is our solution because of P.
03/03/2014 at 18:51
Put the deadbolt which the kids can't reach, on last night and no repeat. So hopefully as long as I remember to do that it'll be okay.
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