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Jlsdabest columbia, SC, United States 183 posts
13th Sep '13

My husbands response for not wanting to brush my daughters teeth was "I'm not good at it"

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75033 posts
13th Sep '13
Quoting Jessica Leigh Simpson:" My husbands response for not wanting to brush my daughters teeth was "I'm not good at it""

Oh sorry you already said that :lol:

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
13th Sep '13

What the fuck? I can totally understand where he is coming from & why he responded the way he did. If he felt he wasn't good at it you should had offer to go with them, so you could help him out. Therefor he could learn and have no problem doing it other times.

Jlsdabest columbia, SC, United States 183 posts
13th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Too cool. 8):</b>" What the fuck? I can totally understand where he is coming from & why he responded the way he did. ... [snip!] ... should had offer to go with them, so you could help him out. Therefor he could learn and have no problem doing it other times. "</blockquote>



Already been there and done that! He knows how to brush teeth! I think he's afraid he might fail and our daughter might get a cavity..
My daughter wanted him to brush her teeth not me nor anyone else except him.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
13th Sep '13
Quoting Jessica Leigh Simpson:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Too cool. 8):</b>" What the fuck? I can totally understand where ... [snip!] ... might fail and our daughter might get a cavity.. My daughter wanted him to brush her teeth not me nor anyone else except him."


How old is your daughter?

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
14th Sep '13
Quoting Gosloving:" How old is your daughter?"

2. I seen a past thread about her Husband having issues with brushing her teeth and OP blaming her Husband because the LO has cavities.



The teeth need to be brushed more than once a day, it's also YOUR responsibility as the other Parent and you already know he doesn't/won't do it properly.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
14th Sep '13
Quoting Crystal
Mishella Mase Due December 4 (boy); 1 child; Bolivar, Ohio 42 posts
19th Sep '13

I've had those fights with my first son's natural father =/ My son would want his dad to do things and not me, for ANY reason lol. But his dad just wouldn't do it =/ It'd be simple things like he'd want daddy to pour his juice. And I would retaliate the meanest way I could think of, just because I was soooooo tired of him hurting our son's feelings for something that would only take up minutes of his time. Minutes that he literally spent doing ABSOLUTELY nothing. It's understandable when we want to do everything for our child's happiness and comfort that we get upset when it seems like someone who should care just as much [whether SO or MIL, grammas, grampas] doesn't want to give the full 100%. I honestly do hope you guys can work something out though, and that in the future your posts are happy and looking up :)