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    Just a vent... I am 27+3 and the baby didn't move very much this morning and I was feeling sick so I called the hospital to see what they thought and they asked me to come in, so I call ex at work and ask if he can take me, I don't have my license and its his baby. I get an I'm sorry I'm at work and I can't leave.....
    This comes after the weekend when he was going to take DD to his family's Christmas party and he calls up Saturday morning saying I'm sorry I can't take her because I have to work..... I made him tell her.... She threw the phone down on my bed and was cross and upset all at once

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    How frustrating but could it be that he really couldnt leave? I wouldnt take it personally he may just not be able to get off work without risking getting crap at work and with a baby coming he needs to keep his job, and be on the good side in case the baby needs him to take time off once its here. He could be being a jerk but just trying to offer another option.

    Is everything ok?

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    His a poop. You know my views. Cuddles xxx DD will be ok she has a awesome mummy who loves me more then life it self xxx

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    Thankfully the baby is fine. It just ****s me that he picks and chooses and then wonders why I only txt him when one of the kids needs to go to hospital??

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    Glad everything is ok! Maybe he is a poo head I dont know but just dont stress not worth the health of you or the baby.

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    And he didn't even call to see if the baby was ok...


 

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