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    I don't think I do it but DP is a teacher and I will sometimes pull him up on using his 'teacher voice' on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeForWine View Post
    No not really I dont think.... the thing I started doing after kids and NEVER thought i would is calling him 'Daddy' haha eg....

    We are all out at bunnings and both the kids are with us and hubby is up wandering and i see something - i say 'ohhhh Daddy, look at this' bahaha

    Its just stuck.
    I grew up with my parents only ever calling each other mum and dad, even when i was 20 before they split up they still did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkeyface1 View Post
    I grew up with my parents only ever calling each other mum and dad, even when i was 20 before they split up they still did.

    Yes I grew up with my grandparents call each other mother and father - they still do it to this day 30 odd years on

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    I'm guilty of doing this, and I hate doing it. It really is demeaning. It's just hard because DH is useless at looking after himself when it comes to basic things so I constantly have to remind him to brush his teeth, take his medicine, get his washing out of the machine... It's exhausting and makes me feel crappy but if I don't do it none of the above get done.

    He does it to me when it comes to finances or bigger jobs that need doing and often does this really annoying eye-roll scoff thing that drives me crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeForWine View Post
    No not really I dont think.... the thing I started doing after kids and NEVER thought i would is calling him 'Daddy' haha eg....

    We are all out at bunnings and both the kids are with us and hubby is up wandering and i see something - i say 'ohhhh Daddy, look at this' bahaha

    Its just stuck.
    Bahaha i do do this too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkeyface1 View Post
    I grew up with my parents only ever calling each other mum and dad, even when i was 20 before they split up they still did.
    My parents are split and still call the other mum or dad to us, though I've got to start calling my dad gramps as he keeps calling himself 'dad' to DD and that's just creepy


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