It might just be me, but I really don't think so....
Yesterday we were given (to borrow) a moses basket for new arrival, due in just under 3 weeks. Its in the lounge at the moment, have taken all covers and sheets off to wash etc. Come downstairs this morning (he isn't up yet) to find his outdoors jacket - which he SMOKES in all evening is bundled up inside it, on the mattress
Number one I can't believe he thinks this is ok
Number two he could have hung the coat up for once
Number three we have to give the basket back
He is giving up smoking, he did the day our twins were born but won't tell me when (poor lamb feels the pressure too much then) but I think this incident is just too much Really want to shout and rave, but think that peaceful what the hell did you think you were doing will have too do.
I didn't think it was me!! He stopped smoking the day the twins were born, then lost his job when they were 8 weeks old, started smoking again when they were about 9 months old. He gave up again, but started again in April when we found out about no3 - very unplanned! For him its all stress-related. I hate the fact that he smokes. He stinks.
I know its early, but couldn't sleep - very sore throat and heating making too much noise and generally being uncomfortable!!
Regarding his smoking has he thought about trying hypnosis. It worked for me as it gave me the courage of my convictions when I knew that I really wanted to give up. It was reasonably expensive but then so are cigarettes so I reckon I broke even within a month.
I'd of been livid and woken him up to let him know this!
I understand how difficult giving-up smoking is I gave-up when I found out I was pregnant. However the NHS quit smoking groups are excellent and he can be given patches, inhalators to help him and as he's obviously not pregnant can be put on Champix which seems to have excellent results.
So, turns out he did it on purpose - to stop the cat lying in it all night. Didn't think to take it up to the nursery, or put it in the conservatoire. Was very calm when I asked him about it and said it was unacceptable, in manner of Jo Frost. What a muppet!