nope - always me
but that is because i am the one who knows most of the Mums.
And these days - most parties are drop n go .... so there is a group of Mums who take turns taking the kids and picking up
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24-08-2014 17:23 #32Senior Member
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24-08-2014 17:29 #33
DH will go if not working and I don't want to go. He is VERY social and will talk and talk and talk!
That said, I usually like to go as I get to take only 1 child out and leave him with the other 3
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24-08-2014 17:29 #34Senior Member
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He does all the time and he is more fun to be with, my kids choose to go with him than me.
24-08-2014 18:13 #35
Yup. Just finished our first round of 1st bday parties. He loved it lol
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24-08-2014 18:46 #38
If my DH isnt working he always comes with us. But we're one of those weird couples who does everything together.
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24-08-2014 18:47 #39
Yep! Dp is also the one playing with kids/painting faces etc
24-08-2014 18:54 #40
We haven't been to any yet, but I'm assuming it will go like this:
I'll take kids, unless I'm working/otherwise busy and he HAS to.
DP has terrible social anxiety, so it's fine by me that he rarely goes to any social events. I'd be pretty ****ed though if neither of us wanted to go, and it was just lumped on me.
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