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14-06-2014 08:20 #11
14-06-2014 08:51 #12
DH hasn't been too bad yet (thankfully). It's early though so that could change! I left him watching the Aus game this morning with DS - I hope DS doesn't want any attention because I can't see it happening!
14-06-2014 08:53 #13
My dh is like this with every sporting event you can think of, he will even watch lawn bowls if it's the only sport on - I'm use to it now
I'm probably worse then him with soccer though - proud Italian supporter
14-06-2014 09:11 #14Senior Member
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14-06-2014 09:20 #15
My husband loves the world cup and so do I! I'm glad he's not the sulky type! This time around I think I am the one sulking, especially this morning!
14-06-2014 09:47 #16
My husband has been up since 5am watching games snapchatting with mates LOL.
He is ok today which is surprising. Gets more upset over Wanderers games.
14-06-2014 10:00 #17Senior Member
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I usually feel the same way when DH watches sports but we both love the World Cup so I don't get as annoyed with his moods as I usually would.
This morning we were both up watching the game, DD 17 months woke up around 8 so we put her in our bed so we could keep watching; she was pretty good, kept herself entertained looking out the window and playing with some toys, she started getting annoyed after 8:30 and we both were half assed trying to comfort her while still watching the game. I didn't realise until almost 9 that she was crying because we forgot to give her breakfast !! this World Cup is going to bring out some "interesting" parenting in our house :S
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14-06-2014 11:10 #20Senior Member
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I love the World Cup!
It's World Cup fever in our house and I love it! I actually hooked up with my dh for the first time at a World Cup 8 years ago hehe and we haven't looked back since. Wish I was in Brazil for it, it's the best fun ever.
I get into all the games, know who are the good teams and players, and it's thankfully a break from watching cartoons every morning.
So I'm as much of a cranky old cow as my dh is a crank old man !
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