I haven't been woken up by them since I wrote this thread. Ironic that as soon as I decide on a course of action for the next time, it stops....which is just fine by me. The next time I wake up because I hear screaming though, I'll call in the noise complaint.
Another development though. My DH told me that someone is going by the house...he thinks to pick up their daughter for school at about 7 in the morning. This is after I leave for work, so I'm not there, but DH starts later. Usually, DD is back asleep by then after her morning feeding.
Anyway, the person that comes to pick up their daughter honks the horn instead of ringing their doorbell...and it's loud. If the daughter doesn't come out immediately, this person continues to lay on the horn until she does. DH says that some mornings it's not a problem, but whoever this person is, honks so often that it is disturbing and has woken up DD a few times. I was working out in the front yard this weekend (late afternoon) and witnessed the same thing.
We think we need to approach them about the "friend" honking so much so early in the morning in an otherwise very quiet neighborhood...I think we can mention this when we see them outside and not mention that we hear the screaming at night...what do you think?