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I can read DH like a book but he shocked and stunned yesterday... .....

(12 Posts)
ladytophamhatt Sun 24-Aug-08 09:01:38

Ds3 starts school in a few weeks and we tried on all his uniform yesterday.

He looked so proud and so smart.

Dh cried!!!!

I also had excessively misty eyes but DH was worse than me.

It was quite a moment to say the least...

sweetcat Sun 24-Aug-08 09:06:32

Aw, that's lovely, it is quite a moment when they put the uniform on for the first time. I've never seen my DH cry!

tryingtocookacurry Sun 24-Aug-08 09:07:19

aaaahhhh, how sweet! Bless him.

ladytophamhatt Sun 24-Aug-08 09:09:06

there wasn't any misty eyes for ds1 or 2 which is why it was so surprising.

He did look very very proud of himself though...

sweetcat Sun 24-Aug-08 09:32:28

There's your answer then, his baby's all grown up grin

ladytophamhatt Sun 24-Aug-08 09:34:53

no, its not that....we've got a ds4 toosmile

cerys Sun 24-Aug-08 09:39:06

DS starts school soon (Nursery class) and DH rearranged a meeting so he can come to wave him off. DS is our youngest, so it will be an emotional moment.

ladytophamhatt Sun 24-Aug-08 11:25:58

I wonder what he'll be like when ds4 does start school....

ladytophamhatt Sun 24-Aug-08 17:39:39

Shameless bump.

claricebeansmum Sun 24-Aug-08 17:48:52

You sure he was not weeping at the cost of the school uniform grin

ladytophamhatt Sun 24-Aug-08 18:04:18

oooooo, you mean ole meanie!


ImnotMamaGbutsheLovesMe Sun 24-Aug-08 18:11:59

Mine cried at the birth of our children but I am worse.

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