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    I 100% trust DH to care for DS...But I do NOT trust him to dress DS!

    Today's outfit courtesy of Daddy was a lime green and white striped singlet with red and blue check board shorts, a grey hat with yellow trim and brown shoes....seriously DH!? :what:

    ...But that may be another spin off thread - dear daddy's fashion fails!

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    When they were under 12 months no. Now that my youngest is 18 months yes, I feel comfortable leaving them with him for an hour or so here or there, and I know I will come home to happy well cared for kids.
    However, I still would never just get up in the morning and go and leave everything to him. If I know he plans on taking them to his parents or something, I pack them a bag each with their water bottles and hats and sunscreen, spare clothes etc. All stuff he would never think to do.
    I wouldn't have him take the 3 of them by himself to the shops or park or anything like that either.... he woudln't cope, but he also wouldn't want to attempt it either because he knows he wouldn't cope.
    I also would never say go away for a weekend and leave them with him. A couple of hours is about my limit

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    Definitely. Hubby had his first alone time when our son was 6 days old (for a few hours and with a bottle of expressed milk), and he hasn't ever given me a reason to not trust him 1000%. So they might not eat the healthiest of meals when it's just the boys together, but to me, that's really minor. He will often make a day trip to take our son to see his family when I'm working, but is still careful to plan their day around nap time, toileting etc.


 

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