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Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by peekers, Apr 20, 2009.

  1. peekers

    peekers Well-Known Member

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    its not exactly pregnancy related (do i need to move it)

    im currently off sick from work, i have spd, and my husband works away for 4 days and for realy long hours and when he is home he is doing a lot for me.

    The past couple of week i have been able to manage my spd and be able to do more.

    I want to do something nice for my husband when he comes home on weds night.

    he is always cleaning, so im going to attempt to get the house in order so he can rest some when he comes home. any ideas as to what else i can do, im just limited with going on and getting things at the moment as i cant navigate public transport a lot with my crutches.
     
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    :D happy D: Well-Known Member

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    could you cook a nice meal for you and him,

    put some music on, light soem candles ect

    xx
     
  3. peekers

    peekers Well-Known Member

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    thank u :)
    i will try that :)
     
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    :D happy D: Well-Known Member

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    it's ok hun, hope you have a good night !!!
     
  5. peekers

    peekers Well-Known Member

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    thank u very much :)

    he has been so good to me, that im allowed to spoil him too arent i
     
  6. Nibblenic

    Nibblenic Well-Known Member

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    I was in a similar situation hun,

    I cooked him a really nice meal, and got him a thankyou card for everything hes done for me and wrote a nice note in it. Made him cry, think men do really like to be appreciated for what they do for us
     
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    peekers Well-Known Member

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    awwwwwwwww thats so sweet :)
     
  8. ClaireyF

    ClaireyF Joshua & Bump to be!

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    or if you don't feel like standing and cooking, maybe you could get his favourite takeaway and light the candles and just enjoy the time together as a couple :D xx
     
  9. booflebump

    booflebump Mummy to Toby

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    Write him a really fancy IOU to be cashed in after the pregnancy - ie a meal out etc xxx
     
  10. lisaandsprog

    lisaandsprog Mother of two, nearly 3!

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    Yeah i agree, i lovely home cooked meal,candles, soft music, flowers in the middle of the table - a nice romantic night in! Then u could maybe watch a movie together or something :) your very lucky to have a husband as good as him!!! x Have a nice night!
     

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