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to think that ds is acting like a spoilt brat

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emkana · 20/06/2008 20:38

It was the school fair tonight, until 7 pm, I was helping. Dh was there briefly, but left at 6.30 pm to pick up ds from MIL and go home. The dd's stayed there with me and we arrived home about 7.10 pm. I phoned dh from the car and he said "do you want to get some food" I said no I didn't have any money and I wanted to get the children into bed first. At home dh was all right at first, but then got in a huff complaining how hungry he was and how nobody had been taking any notice of his hunger. Usually he puts ds to bed, but tonight I took over and said to dh "you can go and get a takeaway then" (which is what we usually do on a Friday) Instaed he plonked himself in front of the TV. 20 mins later I went down and after much umming and ahing he said what he wanted to have to eat. So I made a remark that I couldn't see why he hadn't just gone to get it if he was that hungry. Which led to dh now having a complete strop, saying he doesn't want to eat anything...

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motherhurdicure · 20/06/2008 20:40

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Yurtgirl · 20/06/2008 20:43

I thought you meant your ds emkana - thread title misleading me

YANBU your dh is behaving like a ds

emkana · 20/06/2008 20:44

Yes sorry about typo

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Yurtgirl · 20/06/2008 20:45

Quite apt actually

BetteNoire · 20/06/2008 20:45

Tell him to make himself some toast.
And remember there is no pudding for tantrummers.

janeite · 20/06/2008 20:47

Maybe low blood sugar? I get stroppy when I'm hungry and then can't make a decision about what I actually want to eat. Cup of tea and biscuit, then review takeaway choices!

emkana · 20/06/2008 20:59

I let him stew and now he's gone off to get fish and chips

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