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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    So DH is in the middle of nowhere and I last heard from him on Saturday - the day after he left....

    He gets back next Thursday.

    He found someone who's mobile phone works - don't know why his doesn't as he has roaming activated, thanks a lot voda****!! - anyway he rang me 4 times but I was asleep.... Of course I was.
    Has it been a week between attempted phone calls?
    Where has your hubby gone that he can't find an Internet cafe?

    I hope he is planing a big freakin awesome surprise for you when he returns!!

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    Hrs on a boat I the mentawai islands

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    Hrs on a boat I the mentawai islands
    Yep that might make it a bit difficult 😊

    Can you schedule in some stuff for yourself for when he returns? Eg. A massage, getting your hair done, coffee with a friend.

    You've done such an amazing job. You definitely need some down time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalsaMama View Post
    Yep that might make it a bit difficult 😊

    Can you schedule in some stuff for yourself for when he returns? Eg. A massage, getting your hair done, coffee with a friend.

    You've done such an amazing job. You definitely need some down time.
    Wish I could. But we don't have any money for that type of stuff

    Id love a full nights sleep!!

    DS had two good nights in a row, one waking only twice for feeds and the next 3 times, if course last night it all turned to **** again.

    So. ****ing. Over. This!

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    Sorry to butt in but that sounds like a surf trip your DH is on? But you can't afford a massage for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    Wish I could. But we don't have any money for that type of stuff

    Id love a full nights sleep!!

    DS had two good nights in a row, one waking only twice for feeds and the next 3 times, if course last night it all turned to **** again.

    So. ****ing. Over. This!
    You don't need to spend money to have a night off. I would block off your bedroom and tell him to keep the kids away all day and night (only bring in baby if it's breast fed). You can wander out and say hi when you want to, but when you want to disappear it's DHs problem.

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    DS is 5 months and I'm in Mildura he is improving a lot and even taking small amounts of solids. His feeds are fortified 1:30 rather than 1:60. They've never mentioned polyjoule. Finally got the paed and dietician we wanted. They are asking me to see my psych more often but I already see her once a week.


    S.A girl it sounds like things are prett rough for you right now


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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyW View Post
    Sorry to butt in but that sounds like a surf trip your DH is on? But you can't afford a massage for you?
    I assume he's working Bettyw. Many people work on boats in these areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAT2561 View Post
    I assume he's working Bettyw. Many people work on boats in these areas.

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    No it's a self indulgent expensive surf trip (sorry for answering for you SAgirl)

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    Yes it's a surf trip. I've come to terms with that.. Kinda

    I am not self indulgent though so when I see our $0 in the account I won't spend anything until we do have some and even then it's not on myself


 

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