I am 37 weeks and totally fed up with my husband. He never lets me talk, always mocks me, never respects my opinion and when I try to express my feelings about it he says I do the same thing.... And just "uhhmm yay whatever" me all the time. It is really taking a toll on me. I know he is probably freaking out about the baby coming but I dont think he cares at all about how I am feeling. Advice?
Well if he started being like that since he found out u were expecting then dont stress about it. Its probably that he dont know how to express with u about his daddy feelings. He's excited but dont know hoe to let u know. U can probbly send him a text when he's at work and u let him now that instead of him stressing u out to be partof ur excitement and tryvnot to make u mad/up-set. MY HUSBAND IS HAVING THE SAME THING! I JUST LET HIM KNOW BY TEXT AND SOEMTIMES THERES TIMES I JUST VOID
HIM. Good luck:)
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