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Old 06-04-2005, 07:18 PM   #41
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Gabe's decided to be a night owl, eh? Or has he started the teething thing already?
Sounds like I may doing some dryer tipping tomorrow. The guy who cleaned the vents noted that there didn't seem to be a lot of air getting through.
No teething yet, but he decided to trade in his 7-8 hour sleeping shifts for 3 hour ones last week. We changed his bed, started him on solid food, and he's gotten a little older...not sure which thing (or combo) made him change up.

I get sole custody of him the next 4 days while the wife restarts working too... :P Oh well, sleep is overrated...
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Re: I need a new dryer
Old 06-04-2005, 07:39 PM   #42
 
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I'm thinking the Eureka area doesnt have a problem with low humidity...?
I don't think the humidity has ever gone below 80% here.
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Re: I need a new dryer

So its more a water line than a humidity thing then...thats what I thought.

Even though its dry in the summer here, it be damp during the rainy season. I make good use of a large kenmore dehumidifier on a regular basis.

When I sold my last house, the buyer bought in a mold/mildew specialist as part of his inspection process. Guy said my house was the driest house he had ever tested and the only one that he didnt find at least some trace of mold in.

Watching "house detectives" on hgtv, almost every house has some sort of moisture problem, standing water problem, leaking roof/pipes or some nimrod stuffed all the roof vents with insulation or vented a dryer into the house. I dont know if they just target those sorts of homes for the show or if thats the situation generally. I know every house I've owned had a grading problem near the house that allowed water to stand and had some sort of other moisture issue that I had to correct.
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Yeah, but their current implementation is a washing machine that catches fire and dries the clothes in that manner...
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Or has he started the teething thing already?
Ok, I might take it back. He seems to have a lot of the symptoms of teething (drooling, getting 'mad' at his bottle, shorter sleep times, a little crankier) although I can feel no bumps nor is there any redness. Hmm. I bought him one of those water filled teething rings you put in the fridge, we'll give him that today and I'll feed him his solid food cool instead of warm. When I put him down tonight I'll give him a half dose of baby tylenol and see what happens.
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