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Where is DH??????

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chocolatelover1234 · 31/05/2011 19:29

AIBU to be really annoyed an DH. We have both had rubbish nights sleep lately as DD has a bit of a night cough and i'm not feeling great, DH woke this morning saying he felt terrible and had tonsillitis.

Being the good wife i am Wink i said i'd take DD out for the day and let him get some rest! He told me he was going to the shop at 11.30am we went out at 11.40, he hasn't come home since. I know he is ok as my friend txt to say he was at hers with her partner which means a day fishing!

AIBU to be pissed off i've been left with DD on my own again which i don't mind but he went fishing yesterday and he's meant to be ill. Can't help feeling a little ignored!

What do you all think? Advice please?!?

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ginmakesitallok · 31/05/2011 19:33

YANBU - git.


GooGooMuck · 31/05/2011 19:34


You'd better get planning your day for tomorrow. Grin


GypsyMoth · 31/05/2011 19:35

yuk!! can see what HIS priorities are!!

you will be in for a lifetime of this sort of crap


chocolatelover1234 · 31/05/2011 19:40

Googoomuck that would be great but unlike him i understand i have to work tomorrow!

It does concern me he keeps doing it. If i want an evening out (which isn't very often) it has to be planned in advance even then he normally comes home from 'work' late. He keeps saying i get to go out lots but thats with my DD which obviously i love and enjoy but why is he still acting single? He doesn't drink just goes to his friends who has 4 kids under 6 and then fishes!!!!!!

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GooGooMuck · 31/05/2011 19:44

you say your DD.

Do you mean OUR DD?


Snuppeline · 31/05/2011 19:46

Nip it in the bud. When he gets in you leave him with dd and go out. He'll soon learn.


TheMonster · 31/05/2011 19:48

YANBU. I agree that you should plan your day for tomorrow.


chocolatelover1234 · 31/05/2011 20:35

Yeah i do mean our DD! Whoops! Thats a good idea i'll play him at his own game see how he likes it.

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