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to let ds2 play his toy drum for sleeping dh

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cheesesarnie Sun 09-Aug-09 14:44:01

dh is asleep on the sofa hungover(we had a family get together yesterday).dd and ds1 are playing outside,im mning busy,and ds2 has gone to play a march to dh on his drum(i would evil cackle but i wont).normally i might tell ds not to but it is almost 3pm and dh was mean to me last night-so im letting ds2 play very noisily.

evil or ok?

FluffyBunnyGoneBad Sun 09-Aug-09 14:46:19

That's not evil, your DH is responsible for his actions, he should know not to get this drunk, a 3pm lie in is more then enough. Children are not quiet little creatures, allow him to bang away. (evil cackle)

Boys2mam Sun 09-Aug-09 14:46:33


Get him some pots and pans for accompaniment

differentID Sun 09-Aug-09 14:47:53

you just weren't able to get to ds2 before he staretd playing, were you? what a shame he's so quick! never mind dear, here's a painkiller and water, go and play footie with the boys now your up.


cheesesarnie Sun 09-Aug-09 14:49:47

he did get up.but fell asleep on the sofa.i had the lie in till 11amgrin

pots and pans fab idea!ds2 has found something else to play with now-darn it!

famishedass Sun 09-Aug-09 14:53:41

Do it - and let the other dc use 2 saucepan lids as "cybols"

famishedass Sun 09-Aug-09 14:54:05


cheesesarnie Sun 09-Aug-09 15:17:19

oh goody the dc are arguing.

who are they going to call?the sleeping daddy right in front of ofcourse not-mummy!grr

Sassyfrassy Sun 09-Aug-09 15:25:15

In our house noone ever gets to stay in bed until the afternoon. 9am is considered a lie in. So no, get all the kids to make a band and play for him. I just don't get why grown men (and women) get so drunk that they're incapacitated the next day.

cheesesarnie Sun 09-Aug-09 15:39:26

me neither.i had a few drinks but was happily merry and clear headed this morning-i have dc to look after!

hes up now i slammed a few cupboards(childish i know) and hes made me a sandwhich and cup of tea.a good sulk works every time

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