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mummyhill Thu 24-Jul-08 07:56:40

Kids sleeping, me dozing dh needs to get up for work, he evicts me from bed at 6.30am cause he can't be arsed to make his own breakfast/packed lunch. Kids are on Holiday, I was at work last night am I not entitled to a lie in if the kids are still happily dreaming?

OverMyDeadBody Thu 24-Jul-08 07:58:03

um, well, you could have just laughed and told him no couldn't you?

milknosugar Thu 24-Jul-08 07:58:10

tell him to sod off then. did you make it for him?

2point4kids Thu 24-Jul-08 07:58:55

You are mad for doing it!
I would have rolled over and said 'get your own packed lunch, I'm sleeping!'

hercules1 Thu 24-Jul-08 08:00:23

Why didnt you just say no??

OverMyDeadBody Thu 24-Jul-08 08:01:03

did you say "no"?

sarah293 Thu 24-Jul-08 08:06:14

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kando Thu 24-Jul-08 08:09:28

I would be angry Tell him to sod off and do it himself, if he wants more time in bed then he can make his packed lunch the night before!

StellaWasADiver Thu 24-Jul-08 08:17:22

Yes, tell us why you didn't tell him to fuck off?

mummyhill Thu 24-Jul-08 08:30:09

He would of accidentally on purpose woke the kids up so I then have to get up, at the age of 6 and 2 I can't leave them unsupervised on their own without them trashing the place. Would of had to get up at 7 if they were awake regardless cause of him going out to work.

Think we need a talk to get him to sort himself out of a morning!

milknosugar Thu 24-Jul-08 08:32:01

wtf? he needs a bloody good kick up the backside. stop making his breakfast and lunch immediately. tell him if he wants any other meals making he has to grow up and stop being such a selfish wanker. yabu because you are allowing him to behave like this.

OhYouBadBadKitten Thu 24-Jul-08 08:32:02

Just don't do it for him! Make it clear tonight, rather than having a steaming row about it first thing in the morning.

tis the opposite in our house - dh snuck out of bed when the alarm went off - I didn't even hear it. Woke up at 8am just before he left and he made me a cup of tea and had the computer switched on ready for me.

mummyhill Thu 24-Jul-08 08:39:27

tis the opposite in our house - dh snuck out of bed when the alarm went off - I didn't even hear it. Woke up at 8am just before he left and he made me a cup of tea and had the computer switched on ready for me. Ohhbadkitten where can I get one like that?

Kimi Thu 24-Jul-08 08:40:05

Make his lunch the night beforwe and put it in the fridge if he is too stupid to make it himself.
Tell him if he wakes you again and is childish enough to wake the kids then him the sofa and his right hand are going to become very good friends.

kslatts Thu 24-Jul-08 08:40:13

I would be really angry. If my DH was on an early shift at the weekend and woke me up and asked me to make his lunch I would laugh at him, if he then went and woke the kids up I would be really pissed off.

mankymummy Thu 24-Jul-08 08:42:03

you have to train 'em mummyhill...!

if you pat the naughty doggy on the head everytime he craps on the carpet he'll think its ok.

if DH pokes you and you get up and make sandwiches and breakfast even though you could have a rare lie in, he'll think its ok.


2point4kids Thu 24-Jul-08 09:17:38

So you got up and waited on him because you were scared that if you didnt he would purposely wake up the children just to spite you?
What a nice man hmm

Acinonyx Thu 24-Jul-08 10:28:32

He needs retraining. I can't imagine how that becomes acceptable behaviour.

Poor dh was up at 5.30 with dd here. It should have been my turn but he took pity on me!

mamadiva Thu 24-Jul-08 10:37:25

Sounds like he's a control freak. Don't let him mess you around like this. If you were working the night before then you should get a sleep! By the sounds of it he's a total wanker and TBH if he keeps it up I'd seriously consider getting shot of him.

scottishmum007 Thu 24-Jul-08 10:39:47

tell him to f off. childish but its what he needs.

HonoriaGlossop Thu 24-Jul-08 10:59:58

what an idiot

would he really, really have woken the kids up so as to ruin your lie in if you'd refused to make his food for him?

That is so nasty. It sounds a fairly minor issue because it's about packed lunch but it shows up a big problem, surely?

nametaken Thu 24-Jul-08 11:22:54

YABU to do it.

piratecat Thu 24-Jul-08 11:33:55

sometimes i wonder why i think i want to find another partner. Seems to me us women are supposed to do everything, be everything, and accept everything.

you must be angry

katiepotatie Thu 24-Jul-08 11:39:57

I would have told him to sod off what a lazy b***d!....How long would it take him to make a sandwich shock. Does he help around the house at all??

bigpolarbear Thu 24-Jul-08 11:49:10

You could have done it the night before, j/k. Did you cut the crusts off as well? I dunno, tell him to make his own samwidge smile.

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