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11-08-2012 15:19 #31
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11-08-2012 18:39 #32
11-08-2012 19:24 #33
It's because he took the easy way out rather then making a effort with breakfast? Is that what it is?
12-08-2012 13:28 #34
I don't really see the big deal, it was (I'm assuming) a once off and at least he fed them.
11-11-2012 14:03 #35Senior Member
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Vent vent vent
I would be ****ed off if my DH did that - particularly if he added the incredibly unhealthy and additive-laden flavouring! I wouldn't be surprised if my DH would do something like that though (except he is fairly well educated in additives and we are additive free now so he knows better) - but he is a half-arsed whatever type person as well. It undermines your efforts and it shows lack of care. It shouldn't be all your effort in feeding your child well.
11-11-2012 14:09 #36Senior Member
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11-11-2012 16:15 #37
Meh! He'll survive!! LOL
11-11-2012 16:20 #38
Rest assured...you're child is fine. He will not die, all the hard work you've put in for his nutrition etc is not down the drain. It was a treat...it's fine. But yeh I can understand if you feel a bit pressured not to not be so inclined to have 'me' time in the future in case it becomes a regular thing.
13-11-2012 22:42 #39
I get it! I would be totally peeved. It's something that REALLY annoys me with my DH. He takes his food sooooo seriously, cooks up stuff, heaps of ingredients. But then when it comes to the kids, it's like it's all up to me! Drives me wild. He KNOWS how to make healthy meals and snacks.... but nope, unless I'm there he'll just let them eat museli bars and weet-bix.
I go to yoga one night a week, from 5:30- he goes to the gym at dinner time every single night bar my yoga night... and even on that one lousy night, I STILL have to be the one to have dinner prepare before I go.
How hard is it to make a blooming spaghetti bolognaise? Or a stir fry! He CAN cook, he's a VERY good cook... for himself, for me... but not for the kids.
(that said he does cook breakfast for everyone on Saturday mornings... I generally don't cook breakfasts)
And what's with all the "at least he fed them" comments??? He SHOULD be feeding them, it's called PARENTING...
Oh I'm just going to give my kids a bottle of coke now.... at least they are drinking something. No, that's not okay a parent needs to parent regardless of gender.
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