That's too bad............. sounds like he tried to do the right thing in the very beginning by telling her no go until she was legally available. Hope it doesn't come back to bite him in the butt.
I find it difficult to believe a 3 week relationship went as far as having sex........... am I that old and out of touch with life? Even so - if they had sex that soon, then shame on both of them. That's just my 52 year old opinion. I've always been very conservative in that area.......... I've been with 2 men in my life - my first husband, and my second husband ......... although, my second husband was my first (cuz we dated before I married first husband).
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There is a difference between 'shame on you' and 'let's f*ck over this poor dude's career because of a pissing contest between a woman and her ex'
drone strikes on Americans = ok
sleeping with a seperated person = omfg noooooooooooo!
Yeah, sounds like a cake assignment. Still, more power to him for finding one of the three decent gigs in the Army.
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Kind of annoyed with home daycare... it was so much more convenient to have her at the daycare center. I'm planning on taking the 5th of July off b/c the general instituted liberal leave, which means supervisors cannot deny a leave request unless there's a really really really good reason, even if it means an office will be closed. So, I told Brad. He says "find out if SIL's open that day". SIL is planning to take the day off - even though it's not in the contract as a day off.
So whatever Brad may have had planned, and despite whether or not I'd have to work, I will likely not have a sitter for that day for her. I believe the latchkey is open though, so Brady will have a place to go - I have to check.
This is annoying to me because I am paying her to watch my kid from 7-5 M-F except on designated days. It should not matter if I have the day off or if Brad has the day off. We are paying her to watch our kid. So if I happen to take a day off to get things done or to just kick back and relax for one freaking day without kids, I can't do it b/c she has decided to also take the day off...
This wasn't a problem at the daycare center. And they didn't judge me for leaving her at the daycare even though I had the day off. So often I wish we'd just stayed where we were... The hours were better and it didn't matter if one of the care providers was sick - the daycare was still open.
Maybe I'll check with the center and see what the drop-in rate is.
PS Despite Brad and I once considering pulling Makenna from SIL's daycare and taking her back to the center b/c of it being more convenient for us, we can't since Makenna is going to preschool this fall. The center does not transport to preschool unless they go to the church based preschool (they can only get reimbursed by the state for transporting to the church based school b/c the center does not teach theology in their preschool program).
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