Come to think of it he didn't like the moth or grasshopper that somehow got into my house yesterday. Hubby had to save us.
I just found a big Huntsman spider behind my lounge, Im very proud to say I didn't scream but I did run away lol!
DS2 was so brave he sprayed it and sucked it up for me smile!!!
Mr J (April 2005) Miss Z (Feb 2007) and Miss O (Oct 2010)
DS1 would freak if a moth came in he's so scared of them, actually come to think of it he is scared of any type of bug really!
Me too but I am more scared of mice!!!
I get where you are coming from but the fear takes over so there's no way Im even going into a room with it let alone touch it unsure unsure
but Im guessing thats something you don't understand?
kerrie, VIC, DD 12/8/03, DD 12/10/05, DD 14/9/07, DD 4/1/10
White tails however get sprayed with surface spray and then they get flushed down the toilet to make sure they are dead.
I feel absolutely no remorse for killing white tails.
I just squash the bast@rds..at least I know they are dead! lol
I couldnt flush them down the toilet..what happens if they wont die and start crawling up the bowl for revenge while your sitting on it...silly thought I know hahaha
To the OP, I guess you'll be relying on your lil dude as he gets older laugh
I don't see anything wrong with killing spiders - we have enough of them in our house. I generally leave daddy long legs alone as they stay in one spot and are really good at catching other bugs. Huntsmen generally stay outside - on our garage door, so unless I accidently run them over with my car they are spared. White tails however get sprayed with surface spray and then they get flushed down the toilet to make sure they are dead. They have a habit of crawling all around the house and I woke up with one on my face once ! I don't have an irrational fear of them - far from it, I make a rational decision to kill them so that my son doesn't end up with an infected spider bite. Taking them outside is not gonna achieve anything - they'll find a way into the house or will get eaten by a bird - and end up dead anyway. I'm not a Tibetan Buddhist - I feel absolutely no remorse for killing white tails.