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    Normally no I dont expect him too stay home, that said some friends of friends are a little bit too keen on married men so even though I trust him I prefer to go to events they will be at together or not at all

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    Default If you couldn't go to a function would you expect your DH to not go?

    Well it doesn't apply to me at the moment, but no. Same as I wouldn't expect to have to stay home if my partner was sick or something.

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    It wouldn't be a problem here, in fact it has been that way most of our marriage. He doesn't go out very often so I encourage it.

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    Default If you couldn't go to a function would you expect your DH to not go?

    As long as its not every weekend, I don't see why 2 people should miss out.

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    Default Re: If you couldn't go to a function would you expect your DH to not go?

    As long as its fair both ways. Like if it's *his* friends then he should still go, but if it's ny friends I should still be able to go.

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    Default If you couldn't go to a function would you expect your DH to not go?

    Nope. DH goes to things without me all the time. I don't really care, if I REALLY want to go mum will watch DD but when she was a baby I honestly couldn't be bother. Haha.

    DH always encourages me to go out if he has been out without me.

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    Default If you couldn't go to a function would you expect your DH to not go?

    Nope. No way.

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    I'd tell him to go, if he wanted to that is, wouldn't force him

    PS. Breast feeding wouldn't have stopped me going though! Tiredness and laziness would have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaliyahsmummy View Post
    Normally no I dont expect him too stay home, that said some friends of friends are a little bit too keen on married men so even though I trust him I prefer to go to events they will be at together or not at all
    Trust me, NO woman would be able to seduce a man who isn't open to it.
    (actually in my experience it's usually the other way around!)

    Sorry OP... Carry on!
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    No. If it was a regular event like poker at a friends place every weekend I'd expect that I would get a night off every week as well where he took care of bubs (pumped milk and all that).
    But one off occasions... I don't see making someone else miss out on something because YOU can't or don't want to go as making it 'fair'.


 

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