a blokes point of view

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  1. Guest

    Hi

    just thought i would say our baby is due in september :eek:

    if anyone wants an opinion from a blokes point of view feel free to post a message
     
  2. bobtheunfortunateone

    bobtheunfortunateone Well-Known Member

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    Do you still find your lady attractive?
    That is the only thing I really worry about, I know he as been looking at porn and I don't think that is quite normal *shrugs* not even big yet!!! Feel like a washed up blooty whale!

    Are you worried about finances? Or Your partners time and affection being taken away?
    Most hubbys say its ok, but would like to hear it from some else (We won't tell your partner promise!)

    emm that is it * puts you in a chair and shines light in your face*

    Not interagating you am I?
     
  3. Guest

    Hello yes i find her gorgeous still shes 30 weeks and we still have sex everytime we see each other (as we are moving in together after baby is born)

    as for porn i cant comment as i dont mind looking at it and neither does my gf.

    we are not worried about finances becuase we are very finanically stable and we both love each other enough to know we iwll still have time for each other aswell as our baby.

    i will be a full time dad after the baby is born for abit aswell.

    At the same time as you know that your emotions will be all over the place and you will need re assuring all the time.

    have you explained to him how you feel?
     
  4. bobtheunfortunateone

    bobtheunfortunateone Well-Known Member

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    he knows how I feel, i tell him alot, he will learn I supose, Alot of the things I would normally be okay with, maybe I am just taking them all to heart!

    We have a nice size house which includes a nice size mortgage! So I worry about that too but he says we are okay (we have bonds and lots of savings- but that is money he got for a claim he had, so feel bad digging into it) We have been together 9 years this Aug and I have never been soo bugged by him than I am now, we would normally laugh at some porn sites and we used to text those on sky with silly question, but I think it hurt that he says things too me that makes me sad I would normally joke back and take it as him being silly, but now just cry!!!

    DAM HORMONES!!!!!

    We have been together all the time for the last 9ish years and hate being apart if he works nights etc, but was just worried about him not having my full attention all the time! Which he gets now! His mum said he might feel alittle neglected, but he says, wwhen he gets home the baby will be so fed up with me, and glad to see him (Nice hey!!!!!) but good in a way!

    Men not the most tactful of the sexes!!!!!!
     
  5. Guest

    i am sure everything will be ok , i know its easy for me to say but

    DONT WORY SO MUCH
     
  6. bobtheunfortunateone

    bobtheunfortunateone Well-Known Member

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    Well he came home with a big bunch of flowers the yesterday (not from the garage or local supermarket, proper flowers!) and got me a mac donalds because I could not be bothered to cook! So he as made it up to me! and he said I look lovely, see the little things get noticed too!
     
  7. Guest

    lol at least everythinsg ok now and you feel better


    just keep eating the mac donalds :D
     
  8. bobtheunfortunateone

    bobtheunfortunateone Well-Known Member

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    *shakes fist at Maccy D's* "I want a Fudge sunday" "Where are all the Fudge Sundays?" *settles for a not as nice toffeecrisp Macflurry*
     
  9. Rosebay

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    That sounds like exactly the kind of thing my husband would say!

    Maybe they're not the more tactful sex but I find them easier to handle in a way because they tend to be more honest when you can get them to open up, even if it isn't what you want to hear! My husband says he likes my ever changing shape but when I put on a rather unflattering gypsy top on yesterday that I got two sizes too big to try and accomodate the bump and now regret having bought I said "Does this look really bad? It's the coolest thing I've got?" He replied "Coolest in terms of temperature" so I knew it looked like a sack! (And had to change!) My Mum, bless her, would have said "You look fine love" (as she did when I bought it!) and I wouldn't have!! I can always trust him to be (brutally, sometimes insensitively) honest so if I don't want to know the truth about something I just don't ask him!

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  10. Rosieroo

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    For me it would've been my mother that told me it looked bad (as demonstrated in New Look today) and DH who would've said it looked nice to avoid an emotional waterfall :lol:
     
  11. minikins

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    My bloke and I recommend this book for men on the other side of pregnancy it's called The Bloke's Guide to Pregnancy and I have read bits too and it's a great blokes book and is not too in your face as the girlie books are.

    Here is a link to more info;

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... 29-6731049
     

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