So things have kind of calmed down, the dogs are being left alone and stuff is not being moved around as much. But there is more poltergeist activity.
About two weeks ago my son was getting dinner and we were standing in the kitchen talking and his bowl gets slapped (how he described it) out of his hand it went straight across the kitchen, a good 5 ft., and hit the wall. My husband went to light sage the other night and his sage was missing, still haven't found it. He always keeps it in the same spot. The other night we were sitting in our room watching TV before bed, and I hear the trash can fall over. We keep it on a stand to keep the dogs out of it, and all 4 dogs were in my room, I could clearly see all 4. So I went to check it out and the kitchen floor was covered in trash. The trash can is not easy to knock over, you really have to try. The towel cabinet (very bottom heavy) keeps falling over and towels everywhere. The washer and dryer keep getting turned off so much that it takes all day to do laundry. The two dogs that normally sleep with my two oldest kids won't set foot in the back of the house. My son is hearing more stuff than normal in the back of the house, he says it is like someone is moving a bunch of stuff around in the hallway (we use it for storage). Harley has started sleeping with her lights on, something she never did before. My youngest isn't feeling anything though. I have asked round about how she is feeling and if she had any weird feelings again and she says no.
It is all very odd, and the normal activity like my gremlins and the person in the back of the house are unusually quiet. I will lie down at night and be almost asleep and get this feeling of frustration so bad that I have to get up and find something to do until the feeling goes away. It is all just so different from the activity we are used to. Indivually it could all be nothing, but having everything adding up it is just weird. We have had a run of bad luck, mostly medical stuff, but some other stuff to. Any questions and/or advice are welcome.