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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    It constantly surprises me too.

    Along with the comment "DH is babysitting". I didn't realise people babysit their own children...
    Yup - I agree with you too!!

    Jennibear - sorry you are having a rough time hun

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    I felt I had to say SOMETHING!

    But then realised I had nothin! Lol.

    I will say that I am WONDERFUL when my partner is sick and have taken time off work to look after DP.

    Hmph! *looks all offended and indignant*

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    No you don't want gastro. You really, really, really don't. DH takes over everything when I have gastro (which has included cleaning up the kids vomits) and I'd much rather be in his shoes every time...the healthy shoes as opposed to the shoes that make you feel like you're going to die.

    If DH asked me to do anything when I had gastro I'd be telling him where to go personally. We have equality in our house...when one is sick, no matter what it is, the other takes over when they're around.

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    Now I know you don't actually want gastro! Men just don't have the ability to cope with any type of illness. It feels like my DH has been sick more often in the last 6 weeks of my pregnancy then the last 5 years we've been together! It's my turn to be looked after isn't it

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    gastro sucks. i had it when DD was 7 weeks old and I didnt get out of bed and DH had to take a day off work. I felt like death.
    i was so weak i could hardly stand up to change a nappy.
    he had it last week and I let him do nothing too. it is awful. you dont want gastro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodelly View Post
    Dh will look after dd while I rest but it's not worth it because the house is always disgusting when I get up. Dd does not enjoying watching you play play station games!
    I know - why does he think it is appropriate for our 3 and 1 yo to watch him kill things!!!


 

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