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    Default Epic fail. Feel like complete poo

    My son was invited to a Birthday party from his school which we completely forgot about. So obviously we did show up. I feel so so horrible. I literally feel like crying. What do I do? I don't want this woman to hate me. I honestly forgot I'm so stressed out with life at the moment. I can't believe I didn't show up. I usually always remember but I don't know what happened. I feel like crap right now. Im thinking I will get a present than show up on Monday morning apologise and I don't know....should I put money in a Bithday card instead? What the heck do I do?
    Literally could not possibly feel worse right now.

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    Ring her and honestly tell her you completely forgot and your child would like to say happy birthday over the phone 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    Ring her and honestly tell her you completely forgot and your child would like to say happy birthday over the phone 😀
    Is that enough tho? It's 8pm here. This is so embarrassing.

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    I have done this before. Just ring and explain.

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    Id call, 8pm isn't that late, even if her child is in bed, you can apologise and organise to drop off a gift.

    It's not a big deal, I'd understand X

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    I agree with the PP. Just be honest and tell her the truth. Ring her, apologise for it being a little late but that it was on your mind. I bet she will appreciate it

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    I agree with PP. Just call and explain

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    These things happen.

    I've had a phone call from a mum apologising about forgetting a party. Actually it was sad because they got the date wrong and turned up at the venue on the Saturday night instead of Friday.

    My DD took a lolly bag to school on the following Monday and her child gave my DD the present they had bought.

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    Definitely ring, it's not too late.

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    Oh my gosh, don't worry! She won't hate you, she will understand. Give her a call, explain what happened and I'm sure all will be well X


 

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