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Myrtlethetyrtle Sat 27-Feb-16 23:26:48

I'm babysitting for my lovely friends. Their kids are no problem at all but I'm full of the cold and yearn for my bed. Would it be mean of me to text and ask them not to be too late?

ilovesooty Sat 27-Feb-16 23:28:10

Didn't they say what time they'd be back before they left?

Myrtlethetyrtle Sat 27-Feb-16 23:29:04

No they didn't.

usual Sat 27-Feb-16 23:30:00

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Myrtlethetyrtle Sat 27-Feb-16 23:30:49

I'm just really tired and cold but I know it's nice to relax when you're on a night out and not be pressured in to coming back early.

Myrtlethetyrtle Sat 27-Feb-16 23:32:20

Just out with friends. They usually come home around midnight but they checked in just five minutes ago which makes me think it might be a late one. I'm just feeling sorry for myself.

usual Sat 27-Feb-16 23:33:14

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ilovesooty Sat 27-Feb-16 23:34:04

In that case I think it would at least be reasonable to ask what time they're thinking about coming back and to tell them you're not feeling well.

Myrtlethetyrtle Sat 27-Feb-16 23:36:07

I might leave it until midnight so that they can at least relax until then. They never stay out too late and it's nice for them to have a night out.

Fatmomma99 Sun 28-Feb-16 00:47:35

ask if you can stay over (spare bed or sofa) and put yourself to bed. You can "be there" for the child if required, but also sleep til morning!

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