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flipflopper Wed 10-Sep-08 11:41:42

A mum of one of dd's classmates is someone that i used to be friendly with a long time ago, but she went away and recently moved back, She has moved nearby to me, but we dont see each other outside of the school run.

She started off asking for the occasional lift to school, which was fine, and I occasionally picked her dd up from school and dropped her off at home.

This I really dont mind doing as its not really out of my way, however, not its a couple of times a week i get a text at about 2pm to ask if i can collect her dd (she works a couple of nights so it means she can have a bit longer in bed? (I also work but arrange it so i can take and collect dd and i also have a ds at nursery, so am busy)

Normally i just say yes, but my dh keeps saying she is taking the p*ss and she never offers to help me, not that I need her to, but it would be nice to hav the offer.

Yesterday I said no i couldnt pick her up as i was going somewhere straight after school. Then when i collected my dd she said 'are we not taking x home?' the girl had told my dd she was coming with us so the mum had obviously told her before she had asked me!

AIBU or am i being a doormat?

flipflopper Wed 10-Sep-08 11:42:04

oops forgot a title

flipflopper Wed 10-Sep-08 11:43:28

Also the girl is 8 and never says thanks to me for taking her i always make mine say thankyou (sorry having a rant now)

BandofMothers Wed 10-Sep-08 11:43:33

I think it's rather cheeky to tell her dd iin the morning but not ask you til later. What happened???

flipflopper Wed 10-Sep-08 11:44:10

She had got her older ds to collect her

wotulookinat Wed 10-Sep-08 11:45:23

Don't reply to the texts and ignore it for a bit.

DaphneMoon Wed 10-Sep-08 11:56:17

How very ignorant of her, can't stand users. Don't contact her for a bit.

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