Yup, I absolutely trust him. If anything was going to happen to DS, it would be in my care. I'm the kind of klutzy, forgetful and a little bit ditzy person who would have a terrible accident. I live with the fear every day of being the one who somehow harms DS.
All that being said...I did need to leave DH with literally a page full of step by step instructions on what to do the day I went to get my hair done!
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27-11-2014 16:45 #31
Do you trust your Other half? *spinoff*
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27-11-2014 17:07 #32
27-11-2014 17:26 #33
Absolutely, he does do things differently than i do, but he is totally capable.
27-11-2014 17:46 #34
Absolutely. He's an amazing father.
27-11-2014 17:50 #35Senior Member
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Wouldn't be with him if I couldn't trust him. Trust him more then the kids dad, I was glad when xdp found a girlfriend (and with a child of her own) so it meant he had someone there who knew what they were doing.
27-11-2014 19:05 #36
Absolutely I trust him to care for DS. I'm just not so sure he would know what and when he needs certain things. It's not his fault though, he is gone 12 hours a day on work days. I know he'd have a really good crack at it but I would never fear for DS well being or safety. He loves his son and is an amazing dad. He just needs to learn to change a poo nappy without gagging and he is set!
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27-11-2014 19:23 #37-
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i trust my partner more then the world. we openly communicate and if there is an issue we talk about it.
i have been in hospital on and off the last 3 weeks and he has stood up and looked after the older kids even though they are not his is a way that my autistic child understands. i love him so much
27-11-2014 19:24 #38
Trust him with my kids life. He is an awesome parent.
27-11-2014 19:25 #39
I trust him with DD completely. He has to look after his two boys alone when they visited him after his split from their mum so I know he is perfectly capable. I did lay down the law on smacking saying that I know he has to work out his own way but I never want her to be smacked. Once I got him to agree to that my reservations disappeared. His kids are his world. He told me when we got together that while he would always love me, his kids would always come first and I told him I wouldn't have it any other way. I am lucky that I can trust him. All that said, he does have trouble getting her to sleep and I have had to accept that DD will have more tears with him because he doesn't have the 'milkies' but that cant be helped as he wont start lactating any time soon.
27-11-2014 20:00 #40
With DD, yes absolutely, they have a wonderful bond. with DS, not really. DS is extremely clingy and won't go to anyone else so while I trust DH, I don't trust that he could handle him without me because he would just scream. Lol
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