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To be grumpy if I want to be???

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sittinginthesun Sun 07-Oct-12 19:29:06

DH has just told me that I shouldn't be grumpy! It's Sunday evening, no excuse for being grumpy, and to cheer up.

DH says this, glancing up from the telly, as I lug the 4th pile of ironed clothes upstairs, on my way to bath two children, one of whom (the asthmatic one of course), has a stinking cold and has been up every couple of hours in the night. This is after a weekend of six loads of washing, washed, dried and ironed; several meals cooked, washed up; floors swept; homework done; football matches lost so tearful children; oh, and did I mentioned the child with the stinking cold, who spent yesterday in tears on my lap, and today coughing his little head off.

So, I had a grumpy moment when I realised that the big child hadn't actually touched the shampoo when washing his hair earlier, despite telling me he had, and he still smelt of school from Friday. So I told him to go back in the shower, and do it again.

Apparently, I was grumpy!!!

CailinDana Sun 07-Oct-12 19:32:32

Why hasn't your DH helped you with any of that?

sittinginthesun Sun 07-Oct-12 19:34:20

He was stressed about the rugby yesterday, and getting over Leeds winning today, apparently...

(he is quite good normally, but he appears to be on strike this weekend).

sittinginthesun Sun 07-Oct-12 19:34:37

He is a Leeds fan.

dondon33 Sun 07-Oct-12 20:02:52


I'd be more than fecking grumpy if I were you. Tell him to STFU and get off his arse and help you.

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