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    Not what he did say, more what he didn't say (as he was falling asleep in his comfy recliner while I was having intense contractions in active labour - i don't care what hour of the morning it was)!

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    Dh asked the midwife if we were going to be done by 4 as he had a wedding to go to that he was best man at. This was at 1 and I was in transition to it peed me off even more

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    Quote Originally Posted by upforroundtwo View Post
    yes! My husband kept coming up to me and asking if I was okay. OK? OK? DS was posterior and I was most certainly not okay.

    I said to him "of course I am not okay I am in fking labour now GO and sit in the corner and if I need you I will let you know OK??"
    😂😂😂😂 ROTF. It's like you sent him to the naughty corner. I could just picture it.


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    Mine sat in the recliner afterwards and almost fell asleep! Oh and during it he kept saying just breath and gave me the gas which annoyed me he said it so many times grrr

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    Mine likes to think he's funny... He asked me if I could keep it down a bit as he was trying to have a nap! Needless to say I glared at him and there weren't anymore jokes!

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    Well he er, mentioned my um...haemarroids. That wasn't cool.

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    Ex didn't say anything annoying, but with my first labour I was obviously in a lot of pain and screaming the place down and he says "do you want some chocolate?" lmao. How is a piece of chocolate going to stop the pain? I thought it was a bit sweet at the time, but on the other hand it was a really dumb thing. He didn't know I guess.

    Just the sound of my ex's voice annoyed the sh!t outta me. I love reading all these. Men have no idea lol
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    "im hungry"....."its lunch time"......"ima go grab something to eat, ring me if the dr's get here before me...." GRRRRRRR!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmy2b View Post
    Dh asked the midwife if we were going to be done by 4 as he had a wedding to go to that he was best man at. This was at 1 and I was in transition to it peed me off even more
    Did he try and leave for the wedding once you were done?

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    My partner (now ex) told me to stop breathing so loud because it was making him feel uncomfortable. Then not even 10 minutes later i vomited a little and he had to leave as it was too gross to be in the room with me. Midwives just glared at him and my mum had a good chat to him as well lol

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