One of the twins wasn't doing well so they were talking about a C-Section at 30 weeks, DH asked if they were going to leave the other one to keep growing.
During the C-Section they announced our second daughter, we hadn't found out the gender prior, he asked if they could out her back in, it wasn't cooked yet, it's not a boy!
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27-02-2012 11:35 #1Senior Member
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For a laugh- 'intelligent' things our DH/DP/DF say.
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27-02-2012 11:59 #2
Haha my dh says that our unborn is a boy and if its a girl he will put her back to cook more or in the bin.... Only says that infront of the boys but wen at home he says he doesn't care as long as its healthy lol. 5 weeks to go and we will c
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27-02-2012 12:52 #3
When I was pregnant with DS1, DP asked me how he would breathe in my belly once my water broke.
And the other day at our 20 week scan, he asked if it was my bones or the baby's that he could see on the screen. It's pretty cute how clueless some men can be about babies and pregnancy
27-02-2012 13:02 #4Member
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My DH Somtimes freeks out while XXX he thinks his gunna hurt the baby!!! or poke it...
27-02-2012 13:16 #5Bubhub Ambassador - tongue in cheek
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lol sharleen my Dh used to gabble on with that nonsense also
27-02-2012 13:18 #6
"You're only two months along, you can't be feeling any symptoms yet... it's all in your head!" While I was sick, tired, head-achy and sore from a long shift at work
27-02-2012 13:43 #7
My DH is pretty good.
I had a friend though who's DF said "you say that every day!" when she complained about morning sickness.
27-02-2012 13:48 #8
When asked about how my birth went by his friend... DH said it was tough. Then paused, shook his head and said "I stood up for so long before mil got me a chair to sit on... my back was killing me!"
27-02-2012 13:50 #9
Yep, mine's another "I don't wanna poke our baby in the head with my THING"
27-02-2012 13:56 #10
DH thought our very active little girl was kicking heaps because she wants food... Gosh I laughed for hours!
He was greatly shocked the other night when she kicked him right in the man bits while we were cuddling He freaked right out as if she knew exactly where she was aiming *snort
Bless him, he ain't the brightest star in the sky, but he's mine and I love him (most of the time!)
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