Your husband is being unreasonable and selfish.
3 weeks is a long time and starting prep and getting settled into the routine of schooling 5 days a week is important.
Stay home mumma.
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29-07-2015 13:46 #21Senior Member
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Last edited by Gracie's Mum; 29-07-2015 at 14:56.
29-07-2015 14:16 #22
Not unreasonable at all, I wouldn't be going and I wouldn't be taking my new preppie out of those first few weeks - those weeks are vital for settling in to the routine of school, making friends (classroom and buddies), I think it's too important to miss.
29-07-2015 14:28 #23Senior Member
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Just going to add another agreement to the list. Everyone else has already covered my reasons.
29-07-2015 14:50 #24Senior Member
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Thanks everyone - Yes I am definitely going to stay home! I feel so much better now!
29-07-2015 19:36 #25
glad to hear it.
those first weeks are crucial ...
If its for a learning experience like a European trip, or actual family time like visiting grandparents interstate etc it might be different.
But just to sit around in motel rooms waiting for Dad to have time to spend .. no way.
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