Yes I trust my DH 100% to care for our girls and keep them safe. I do however think he is useless when it comes to routines lol. My girls have their homework, dinner, bath and bed by 7pm every night but if DH is in charge then it's more like 9pm and I'd give him a medal if he managed to get the girls to school on time without my help.
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27-11-2014 20:02 #41
27-11-2014 20:16 #42
Yes, although he does things "Daddy's way
27-11-2014 20:30 #43Senior Member
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27-11-2014 22:19 #44
Yes, completely (haven't read the other thread)
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28-11-2014 13:08 #45
Definitely. He doesn't do things exactly as I do, but I'm no more "right" than he is.
Our biggest issue with DP looking after DD (which he's doing a lot at the moment), is that if he realizes that he's done something differently, then he thinks he's done something wrong and has failed me/DD
28-11-2014 13:13 #46
28-11-2014 13:39 #47
28-11-2014 13:59 #48
I trust my DH a million percent with everything except his crappy money handling skills
30-11-2014 21:42 #49
So I must amend my previous claims of trust from 100% to 99%. He asked me this weekend if I wanted him to take DD around the corner to the birthday party of a friend of his and I said a very definite no before I even thought about it. He has a bad habit of playing pass the parcel with DD even when it is people that she has never seen before which completely violates her bodily autonomy and I am so not cool with. He also lets drunk people hold her which I am also not cool with. So yeah, I trust him most of the time just not at large gatherings of people if I am not there.
30-11-2014 21:51 #50
Hmmm I'm not sure. DD is 9 weeks old and I haven't left her with him before. I don't know if it's a lack of trust but probably more of an anxiety that something will happen when I'm not there. I practically have anxiety attacks when she's crying with him while I'm cooking dinner. I'm hoping it fades and I can feel comfortable leaving her with him.
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