Let the Father's Day Shenanigans Begin
My husband and I have been married for a little over 2 years, together for almost 5. We each have three adult children, ranging from 26-37.
A week ago, my SD 33 contacted my husband to make plans for Father's Day. She asked about us meeting them for dinner and that she would contact one of her brothers (my husband and his other son have a rocky relationship so we assume he wouldn't be included). My husband agreed and a restaurant was decided on.
He contacted her today to confirm a time for dinner on Saturday and she asked him if he contacted her brother! She was supposed to do that. He just said "typical" to me. His kids screw up Father's Day each year, from either being 2 hours late to a breakfast at our place cooked by my husband, to cancelling dinner plans an hour after they were supposed to be there because the baby was sick. I can see why he doesn't want to make plans with them. They never fail to disappoint.