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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I would be happy for my DH to go, but would hope that my birthday was given its due acknowledgement on another day/night.
    This :-) especially given that he doesn't go out often and he has asked.

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    I'd be fine with it. We never celebrate birthdays on the actual day anyway - DS1 has had 3 birthdays on a Saturday in 3 years.
    Would it be possible for mum to come to you?

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    I probably would not be pleased but it would depend on how much he loved the band...

    Having said that DH won't be in Australia for my birthday this year. He returns from his trip the day after. I was disappointed that's when the flight gets in but not upset, we'll celebrate when he's back and over his jetlag.

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    I'd be completely fine with it but I would hope that my birthday celebrations had 'extra' thought put into them seeing as he was the one who deferred it iykwim?

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    Thanks for the input. I did encourage him to go so I shouldn't be too sulky.
    I know 100 percent certainty that it would be fine with him if the tables were turned.

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    My dh wouldn't eveñ bother to ask, I love birthdays. I guess you can't really go back on it now or can you change your mind if you want to?

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    I think I wouldn't really care... unless he was going to not do anything to celebrate my birthday at all. If he's still got plans for another night (for your birthday) then I would be cool with it.

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    If you usually do something on your birthday (even if a school night) I might be cranky. If you don't though (or generally wait until the weekend) then you can't be too cranky with your hubby.

    You're probably not going to do this anyway, but just incase don't blame him for you having to stay at your mums. That's your fear driving that, not his inconsideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueLips View Post
    It means organising to stay at my mums with my 4 month old baby which is a but of a pain. (I'm a wimp and don't like too stay home alone overnight).
    Sorry to derail the thread, but I'm currently in bed at my parents house because hubby is away for work tonight and I'm too scared to stay home alone. GET OUT OF MY HEAD :-P

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    Funnels- nah I wouldn't ask him not to go. He's checked with me a few times avd I've said I'm okay with it.

    Vic park- I know that but I suppose It is easy to forget that he isn't causing me to have to leave my house, my fear is. Its not like he can't ever go anywhere cause I'm nervous to be alone at night. Thanks for the reminder.

    JR03- oh we can be big baby's together!


 

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