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Something fishy??

(8 Posts)
MintCooler Tue 06-Sep-16 05:48:06

So me and my OH have a 11 week old baby, been together 2 years.

Now I saw the other night he had been messaging one of his "clients". He is an estate agent. There were a lot of wink emojis and stuff in the messaging but from what I could see there was nothing overly bad in the context. I also know he searched this women on FB too. Yesterday he had an appointment at her house to put it on the market. It was a late appointment and said he would be home by 7. Got to seven and still weren't home so rang to ask when he would be home for tea. When we went to bed at 9 he complained on feeling really ill but had an email to send so I said ok and went to sleep next to him. Woke up at 1 as LO was jiggling around, I know this is bad but I did have a look at his phone and saw all messages with this client had been deleted apart from one message saying "it's time I was sleeping now smile" this was at 11pm!
I'm not going crazy am I, this does look suspicious??!

Before people say that I shouldn't have looked at his phone, I know I was wrong but in the past he has lied too. I found out he had been messaging a few girls in the past and that time I didn't look through his phone. Never any evidence of physical cheating. We have been arguing more since I've given birth which id say is normal as we are both so tired.

What are people's opinions from an outside perspective?

TheLastRoseOfSummer Tue 06-Sep-16 06:29:50

It looks dodgy to me too,

IzzyIsBusy Tue 06-Sep-16 06:38:35

Why have you posted this twice OP?

AnyFucker Tue 06-Sep-16 06:51:47

Same answer as on your other thread

StirredNotShaken Tue 06-Sep-16 07:18:28

This is definitely not a good thing! I would be very very suspicious.

CalmItKermitt Tue 06-Sep-16 07:20:16

Fishy as hell.

Flatbellyfella Tue 06-Sep-16 10:59:35

Up to no good, if you ask me.

Resilience16 Tue 06-Sep-16 21:23:22

Go with your gut feeling.

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