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bowman958:That is a lot passive aggressive for my taste. I'd mention it rather than set the poor guy up to upset you.
Exactly. If you are doing it on purpose so you can get mad at him about it that sucks. If you won't be pissed about it and don't care if he remembers or not then don't remind him.
I agree. No need to create drama where there doesn't need to be any.
kmcd23:I think given all the upheaval a new baby brings, yes, setting him up for failure is kind of mean.
Also, no matter what I want to believe, I know my feelings would be hurt if it were me, so I'd rather save myself from that as well, and remind him.
BFP 5/21/10, Missed m/c 7/5/10 at 11w3d (baby measured 7wks), D&C 7/7/10
Aug/Sept 2010 - CD3&10 b/w & u/s, genetic testing, SA, HSG, & Lap/Hyst to remove septum
12/09/10 BFP -- 7/05/11 DS born at 33w5d. Came home after 23d in NICU at 37w0d
June 2012 - TTC #2! -- 10/05/12 BFP -- 5/23/13 DS2 born at 37w1d! Yay full term!
LaineyPaney:No worries.... He remembered with no prompting!
Glad to hear it! Happy Birthday, btw. :)