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    I screwed up my pregnancy announcement to DH. It have spent 9 months planning the perfect way to tell him if I fell pregnant. But it all went to poo last night when I POAS and saw the faintest little line. I basically threw open the toilet door, barged into the bathroom (DH was having a bath) thrust the stick in his face and asked if he could see a line. Then when I calmed down, I realised I didn't have any pants on hahaha! Poor DH - he didn't marry me for my class and decorum, that's for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I screwed up my pregnancy announcement to DH. It have spent 9 months planning the perfect way to tell him if I fell pregnant. But it all went to poo last night when I POAS and saw the faintest little line. I basically threw open the toilet door, barged into the bathroom (DH was having a bath) thrust the stick in his face and asked if he could see a line. Then when I calmed down, I realised I didn't have any pants on hahaha! Poor DH - he didn't marry me for my class and decorum, that's for sure
    Aww that sucks that the announcement didn't go to plan but congratulations :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I screwed up my pregnancy announcement to DH. It have spent 9 months planning the perfect way to tell him if I fell pregnant. But it all went to poo last night when I POAS and saw the faintest little line. I basically threw open the toilet door, barged into the bathroom (DH was having a bath) thrust the stick in his face and asked if he could see a line. Then when I calmed down, I realised I didn't have any pants on hahaha! Poor DH - he didn't marry me for my class and decorum, that's for sure
    Ok so not how you planned it but memorable lol

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    some douche at dh's work called in sick today.
    This douche's wife told me a while back, they want to go away this wekend and want the extra day so her dh is calling in sick fri morning.
    i asked why doesnt he just ask for it off and she said why? he wont get paid for it! money hungry selfish ********.
    DH is now doing all of this douches work today.....he will be at work even later than normal. Thankyou very much for being selfish and only think about you.
    DH always puts in for days he needs/wants off. It has to be approved by his boss and if approved, he gets leave without pay. i fell this is the right thing to do esp if you want a day off for a weekend away.
    They are not even taking their DD with them!!!! leaving her for 4 nights with the inlaws! shes all of 2.5yrs old!!!

    sheesh some people are crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefie View Post
    some douche at dh's work called in sick today.
    This douche's wife told me a while back, they want to go away this wekend and want the extra day so her dh is calling in sick fri morning.
    i asked why doesnt he just ask for it off and she said why? he wont get paid for it! money hungry selfish ********.
    DH is now doing all of this douches work today.....he will be at work even later than normal. Thankyou very much for being selfish and only think about you.
    DH always puts in for days he needs/wants off. It has to be approved by his boss and if approved, he gets leave without pay. i fell this is the right thing to do esp if you want a day off for a weekend away.
    They are not even taking their DD with them!!!! leaving her for 4 nights with the inlaws! shes all of 2.5yrs old!!!

    sheesh some people are crap.
    I understand it must be frustrating that your husband has to stay at work later today because someone else called in sick. I hate it when my husband has to work late too.

    But why are you venting that this colleague is not taking his daughter on their weekend away? Just curious, I believe it's good for parents to get away by themselves every now and again. But maybe you think they should wait until their daughter is older?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefie View Post
    some douche at dh's work called in sick today.
    This douche's wife told me a while back, they want to go away this wekend and want the extra day so her dh is calling in sick fri morning.
    i asked why doesnt he just ask for it off and she said why? he wont get paid for it! money hungry selfish ********.
    DH is now doing all of this douches work today.....he will be at work even later than normal. Thankyou very much for being selfish and only think about you.
    DH always puts in for days he needs/wants off. It has to be approved by his boss and if approved, he gets leave without pay. i fell this is the right thing to do esp if you want a day off for a weekend away.
    They are not even taking their DD with them!!!! leaving her for 4 nights with the inlaws! shes all of 2.5yrs old!!!

    sheesh some people are crap.
    I'm with you!! If you have children you take them with you. I didn't give birth to then palm them of to grandparents etc. my parents have been married for 36 years and never been anywhere without their children. All bull**** when ppl say you need time away without children to revive marriage/reconnect... I know couples who went away regularly without their kids and their divorced now.... I guess their reconnection didn't connect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    I'm with you!! If you have children you take them with you. I didn't give birth to then palm them of to grandparents etc. my parents have been married for 36 years and never been anywhere without their children. All bull**** when ppl say you need time away without children to revive marriage/reconnect... I know couples who went away regularly without their kids and their divorced now.... I guess their reconnection didn't connect
    Ha. Wow. Good luck with that point of view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    I'm with you!! If you have children you take them with you. I didn't give birth to then palm them of to grandparents etc. my parents have been married for 36 years and never been anywhere without their children. All bull**** when ppl say you need time away without children to revive marriage/reconnect... I know couples who went away regularly without their kids and their divorced now.... I guess their reconnection didn't connect
    Jeez thats a bit harsh not to mention a MASSIVE generalisation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    I'm with you!! If you have children you take them with you. I didn't give birth to then palm them of to grandparents etc. my parents have been married for 36 years and never been anywhere without their children. All bull**** when ppl say you need time away without children to revive marriage/reconnect... I know couples who went away regularly without their kids and their divorced now.... I guess their reconnection didn't connect
    LOL yeah it's just so evil and wrong to leave your child/ren with their loving kind grandparents for a few nights, poor kids getting spoilt and having a change of scenery with people who love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    I'm with you!! If you have children you take them with you. I didn't give birth to then palm them of to grandparents etc. my parents have been married for 36 years and never been anywhere without their children. All bull**** when ppl say you need time away without children to revive marriage/reconnect... I know couples who went away regularly without their kids and their divorced now.... I guess their reconnection didn't connect
    36 years hey... So do you still go away with them? Or they don't go away because it would mean leaving you?

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