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    Yep - you have a right to be cranky. Um - it is his fault he fell asleep, as he chose to play before he did his chores. My kids know that they don't get to play until they've done their chores...

    Unless he had an urgent job to do on his computer for paid work, it was certainly his fault he fell asleep and definitely not your fault. The only way it would be excused would be if he was on the computer to do a report for work.

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    I would be cranky! I agree with Pegasus.

    Maybe you should fall asleep next time you mean to do something for him? Dinner etc

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    Yes I would! I agree with the comments above.

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    Haha, I agree with Qwerty's comment, tomorrow night just 'fall asleep' when you're supposed to be making dinner, see how he likes it.

    I agree with the others, in fact, I'd be annoyed I even had to ask him to do those little things in the first place. You aren't his mother, you two are supposed to be in a partnership. It's as much his responsibility as yours, he should be helping.

    If it was a once off, I wouldn't get super mad, but it sounds like this is a bit of a pattern

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    I'd be quite cranky... Out of curiosity, who finished off the chores, you or hubby?

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    I would be livid. Sounds like something my DP would do too...

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    I'd be wild. Forget to wash his clothes this week. Lol. He'll learn.

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    I would be more than cranky.


 

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