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Husband ruining all my plans
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mrswormwood1 · 08/12/2021 09:48

Just need to moan and feel sorry for myself with you all! And possible hear someone call my husband a pig? Will definitely cheer me up 😂
My son is 2 and finally understands who Santa is and that Santa is gonna bring him presents this year..
I've been saving my pennies for months and been so careful about what gifts I pick for my son because I wanted things I know he would love and appreciate
I ended up with about 4 presents for him but each and every one was thought out and special..
I just want to make it a lovely memory for him and us..
only problem is my husband.
About a week or two ago I left my husband to watch my son for a couple hours while I went to the hospital for an appointment (pregnant) when I came back my husband had found a hidden presents and opened it and gave it to my son! I was a bit annoyed but not too unhappy as it was only a bubble bath set so not one of the main presents! This morning however I've woken up to my son playing with the most expensive and the present I was most excited about to see his reaction when he opens it on Christmas morning!
I've saved and shopped and planned everything to make this special and he keeps ruining it! I don't have a lot of money to keep replacing gifts at this rate my little one will have nothing left to open on Christmas Day..

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LightDrizzle · 08/12/2021 09:55

WTF!?
Did you not have a conversation the first time it happened?
What does your DH say? He’s either spectacularly dim to the point where I can’t imagine how he functions in a workplace or he’s very nasty with a probable side order of lazy.
Please elucidate!

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Iggly · 08/12/2021 09:54

What did your husband say when you asked him what the fuck he’s playing at?

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Ozanj · 08/12/2021 09:53

He’s a nob. Send everything back and make him buy replacements and if he doesn’t kick him out. I’m sure there must be a lot of other ways he’s a selfish git if this is how he behaves over Christmas presents.

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ExplodingCarrots · 08/12/2021 09:53

Why is it you scrimping and scraping to buy these gifts ? Tell your H he needs to buy a replacement gift. It's such an odd thing to do tbh .

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RedwineforSantaplease · 08/12/2021 09:53

Why do you have to pay for the Christmas presents? Surely it's a joint expense (if you're both working).

He's either as thick as mince or a complete prick. I'd have gone ballastic.

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ftw163532 · 08/12/2021 09:52

What did he say when you asked him why he did that?

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RestingPandaFace · 08/12/2021 09:51

Why on earth would he do that. What an absolute knob. Totally unbelievable.

I’d be having serious words and maki g him go and choose a replacement.

Also getting them wrapped in Christmas paper (if not already) might stop him.

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Twinstudy · 08/12/2021 09:50

WTF?! Why would he do that? He's a pig op and I'm not just saying that coz you asked us toGrin

I'd be very annoyed and expect him to replace the gifts

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