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    My DH does. He helps out DD if need be (ie party at a park and needing supervision) and I gossip with the other mummies

    Our DD is only almost 3, once bub comes that might change depending on the party

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    Nope. Doesn't even go to his own kids parties.

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    Close friends - we both go, just a Kindy friend usually I go as I know all the Mums and use it as a catch up time

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Nope. Doesn't even go to his own kids parties.
    Really?

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    Depends how much I ask him too lol if I don't care and I'm comfortable going alone I will but if I want company coz I don't know people he will come and be a loner with me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    Really?
    Really. If we have his family over for afternoon tea and cake he will come because it's his family. We have now had 3 parties with the kids friends and he came to 1 and that was only because he was driving past on the way back from delivering something.
    Actually he has been to some of the kids friends parties - a whole 2 of them.

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    Always. He is always the one playing with the kids :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelleBH View Post
    Always. He is always the one playing with the kids :-)
    This is exactly my Dh Unless he's at work of course.
    Last edited by Purple Lily; 24-08-2014 at 12:56.

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    Yes. If he is around and it's a family invitation. Otherwise we take turns taking the kids. We've attended 14 birthday party (kids bdays not family) this year so far. Declined another 6-8 as we've been busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loislane2010 View Post
    Whenever the kids friends have a birthday party i get stuck taking the kids on my own. DH never wants to come. Even when he does he stands around looking sullen.

    And me tells me i think the world revolves around ME. I havent done anything for myself in 6 years!!!
    Take turns. If he refuses call him out: what the f@rk makes him so special he doesn't have to do 50% of the work?

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