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Can't cope with this.. husband not helpful

(9 Posts)
sammyjayneex Thu 10-Nov-16 09:48:06

So I was taking my 4 year old to class and I was stood at front of the class with my baby but my daughter couldn't find her name so turned around to scan the tables for her name and next thing I knew I turn back to baby and this other kid was looking inside my babies pram and her father was holding my babies pram, I grabbed my pram back and he walked off and don't say nothing I don't think he could even speak English. Now I'm really anxious that he could have Done something and anxiety is through the roof. Tried getting reassurance from my husband he has called me a thick arsehole and I should have used my brain proper. It's normally him that takes her in the morning and I pick her up in evening but he couldn't take her this morning so I had to. I'm so worried now, it's ruined my whole day.

IonaNE Sun 13-Nov-16 20:02:02

The father was probably holding the pram just so his daughter could look at the baby and the pram would not roll/tip; then, seeing your reaction, he did not know what to say and thought it better to just walk away. I think you've overreacted, OP. Why would he want to do anything to your baby?

SouthPole Sun 13-Nov-16 20:04:50

WTF is up with MN tonight?

Are you on glue, OP?

idontlikealdi Sun 13-Nov-16 20:10:50

I don't even know where to start op.

Casmama Sun 13-Nov-16 20:16:23

Perhaps people could consider that the op has posted in mental health and not be so quick with the twatty responses!
Op I think Iona's explanation is the most likely one so try to put it out your mind. I understand you got a fright but I don't think you should worry.

Sweets101 Sun 13-Nov-16 20:19:08

No, your DH really isn't very helpful is he. Does he often speak to you like that?
I had post natal anxiety it was horrible. Have you spoken to your HV/GP at all?

SooBee61 Sun 13-Nov-16 20:32:36

He surely wouldn't have had time to do anything. Please don't worry.

SooBee61 Sun 13-Nov-16 20:33:38

Your husband's response was awful, no wonder you are anxious. Don't put up with it.

Costacoffeeplease Sun 13-Nov-16 20:35:37

Your husband is more than likely at the root of your anxiety - he's been an arse for years hasn't he?

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