I want to get the exact same thing for lunch, from the exact same place, as Ive had every working day since last weds.
I'm not sure if this is a complaint in an absolute sense, or in a psychiatric sense.
after falling asleep on mammy down in the sitting room last night he slept through to 6am in his cot without a peep, and then slept in hour bed for another 1.5hrs. lets hope he's pressed the reset button!
I guess our boundary such as it is is that he initially goes to sleep in the cot at his normal bedtime (unless he's sick or otherwise particularly off form). after that if he wakes and wont settle we bring him in
i actually dont mind having him in the bed for the most part - just worried about...
he was SLEEPING THROUGH THE NIGHT. now clearly has decided standing in the cot screaming is the way to go. we've ended up bringing him back into our bed most nights...been running for the past 2-3weeks..
might you the non-regressed sleep was only for a few months really.
I think its standard HR practice when dealing with difficult staff to push as much of it back on the managers/co-workers. part of it is ensuring a documented intervention takes place outside of the formal disciplinary process. part of it is HR being arseholes.