We have three children and I have no interest in club hopping.
I am on a business trip and my coworkers have been cranking it out almost every night. They have invited everyone, and I said I would ask my wife.
I asked her last night, and she said it was ok. I am DDing and I am going to be home at a decent hour, I love my sleep.
Five minutes before I walk out the door I am hot with a flurry of texts: "When are you leaving?" "Why a Wednesday?" "I'm not happy with this at all." "Where are you really going?" "What kid of bar doesn't open until 8?"
Anyone else faced this barrage before?
I feel like "married man" and predict I will be on the phone with her all night blowing me up.
It just irritates me she had no problems with it last night but tonight she says she's super upset.
Any advice wise ones?
I truly have intentions of just being DD and just tagging along with co workers.
"On the morning of June 18, Cooper and his father stopped for breakfast at a Chick-fil-A restaurant near his office in suburban Atlanta. Afterward, Harris put his son into the REAR FACING CAR SEAT for the half-mile drive to the office. Instead of taking Cooper inside to the day care at his office, police say Harris left the boy strapped into his car seat and went inside to work.
According to police, he came out and opened the driver side door and PUT SOMETHING INSIDE AT LUNCHTIME. He left the office at 4:16 p.m., stopping a few miles later in a shopping center parking lot, where he called for help, screaming, "What have I done?"
The son was 22 months old, my son was walking and talking (some) at 22 months.
Why in the hell was an almost two year old in a rear facing seat?
The kid could obviously talk enough to chat some with his dad on the way from breakfast to work.
Unless the boy was already dead, don't you think he would start saying "daddy help!" When his dad dropped the stuff off in the car??
What's the wife's take ""Am I angry with Ross?" Leanna Harris told a crowd at the funeral. "Absolutely not. It has never crossed my mind. Ross is and was and will be, if we have more children, a wonderful father. Ross is a wonderful daddy and leader for our household. Cooper meant the world to him."