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Sep 22, 2010 - 24 comments

I absolutely love how DH can come home and have the most horrible day ever because he had to cut grass at work. Or how he hurts so bad because he Fing played softball yesterday and ran and PITCHED after getting an fing MRA (they put dye into you before an MRI) for his fing shoulder...and he can stay up late tonight to watch Ghost Hunters. I asked him to drive over to little ceasars to the DRIVE THRU to get an fing pizza today and he was "too tired", he eventually did after I b*tched at him...Seriously how hard is it to drive to an fing drive thru? I've busted my 28 week 6 day pregnant @$$ this past week getting things cleaned, keeping them that way, doing what he said he'd help out doing...I'm freaking exhausted, my pubic bone hurts, I didn't go shopping today like I need to because of it.

Tonight he let Elijah go into the living room and watch tv after I'd already put him in bed...He's the one that b*tches about Elijah needing to go to sleep at a certain time and needing to be on a schedule like he's the one who has to deal with him being up, or waking up early, or not napping...*I* do ALL of it. I have to MAKE him play with Elijah half the time...and tonight I get him in the bed (unfortunately by bribing him with a movie on my laptop, BUT he's in his OWN bed) And instead of putting him BACK in HIS bed...DH just lets him go back in the living room, turns on the tv, and gives him what he wants. UGH!!!! I just want to scream! Then he has the nerve to ask why I'm mad when I already told him why...because of the Elijah thing. So he got a little attitude and went to the spare bedroom again to sleep...not like I'm not used to it because he's slept in there practically every night because he keeps making excuses, like Elijah being awake in the living room, OK so why the F would you PUT HIM THERE when I'm trying to get him back on a d@mn schedule and back in his room sleeping??? I'm sick of DH not giving a rats @$$ half the time, I'm sick of him doing things when HE wants to do them, I'm sick of him staying up late when it's a show he wants to watch or a softball game, I'm sick of him thinking he has such a hard life when his job here is SO much easier than it was in Korea. I honestly thought that since he has it so easy over here that he would be more willing to play with Elijah, be happier, etc...but NO. Of course not...I don't know how to make him happy, and I'm at the end of my rope...I have no clue WTF to do...Yes, I have talked to him about all of this before, he knows about every bit of it. I've had two LONG conversations (couple hours each) with him in the last three weeks, and he's acted like he cares what I say for a couple days and then goes back to the BS...I just don't know what to do anymore...I'm tired, would LOVE to go to sleep before midnight, but DH can't stay up with Elijah cause he has to get up early, but he CAN stay up for a softball game...or a fing tv show...it's 1110 now, I'm hoping Elijah goes to sleep soon...

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by nickieb85, Sep 23, 2010
I am sorry that you are going through this. I had a few problems with DH throughout this pregnancy and I basically had to tell him if he didn't shape up I was going to SHIP out! It was a ton of fighting and 9 months of him doing what he wanted instead of what he wanted all of the freaking time! I really know how aggravating it is and I really hope you can find a solution that works well for you!

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
Thanks. He's getting on my last d@mn nerve. Elijah woke up at 445 this morning, and I didn't hear him until 545 after Josh had left...he didn't tell me he was awake, Elijah can reach a lot of stuff he doesn't need to get into, or he'll get a chair and pull it over to the counter. So I sent him a message saying that he had woke him up, because I assumed he was being too loud this morning. I didn't know he had already been up an hour, and Josh's only response was..."oh well, at least you weren't up at 445 with him"...WTF? He didn't go to sleep until AFTER 1 I couldn't get to sleep until after 2, I assume Josh being up woke him up, because he doesn't normally get up after less than 4 hours of sleep, UNLESS someone is making noise...and Josh just says "oh well". I'm seriously considering locking myself upstairs and sleeping on the couch, no later than 930 tonight, letting HIM stay up with Elijah and when he complains about being tired tomorrow, tell him "oh well, you're not 29 weeks pregnant, and you go to work and do less than I do throughout the day, AND you don't stay up and get up early with him EVERY DAY".

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by nickieb85, Sep 23, 2010
That is so stupid!!! OMG! I would be soooooo angry! I know how it is when the men in our lives don't listen though... I had the same stupid argument with DH every single week for about my whole pregnancy up until about the last month or so and I finally lost it and told him if he didn't get his sh!t together then I was leaving him-PLAIN and SIMPLE! It was hard for me to do, and I love my hubby more than life itself but there is only so much you can take! He really needs to shape up!

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
I agree...this weekend I'm predicting ANOTHER sit down conversation with him. I'm so freaking exhausted, and tired of cleaning up after Elijah and him...and not getting enough sleep...I really do feel like I have two kids. I'm constantly telling Josh to put his dishes in the dishwasher, if it's clean when he wakes up, take five minutes to put them away and put the dirty stuff in, instead of watching tv...putting his dirty clothes in the d@mn laundry room...I have enough to deal with throughout the day, I'm NOT getting paid to be his maid, and he's 27 years old. In 11 weeks I'm gonna have double the laundry, double the cleaning, double the exhaustion, and with him possibly deploying a month after the baby is born, he needs to get his sh!t straight so he leaves on a good note instead of him leaving with me p!ssed off and fed up. I think I'm gonna go this weekend and get some sticky pads and start leaving reminders around the house, or just stop doing anything with his stuff until he realizes he needs to help out to. I understand he has to go to work and play b!tch, and do stupid stuff (he's had to cut grass, and weed eat, and trim around sidewalks, ooooohhhh SO HARD!) BUT when he gets off work he's done. Now he's been playing softball and going to practices, and made the team himself, he's the coach...he said he wanted to talk to me about how I felt about him being gone more and playing softball again...I didn't get a chance to answer, he'd already started...and I've been waiting to set up prenatal classes, and he "has to check his softball schedule" to see when we can do them...because softball is SO much more important than learning to be a labor coach for your wife.

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by Ready_4_Baby_2, Sep 23, 2010
Oooh I swear I had the same conversation with my DH this morning. He started working overnight and complains that he doesnt get enough time to do anything. I had to tell him look im 9 month pregnant and it already hard enough getting up getting myself ready but a 5 yr old too. If he gets off on time he walks in with just enough time to put our daughter shoes on and maybe brush her teeth but that does help. Then I said you think u can get off an hour early so you can help these last two weeks. The thought never crossed his mind. Our house needs to be cleaned and all he says is that its overwelming and does nothing. After our talk this morning he says he'll wash a load of clothes...GREAT! He drives me crazy and wonders why I complain so much.

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by AnxiousGurl, Sep 23, 2010
im soo sorry you deserve to be treated so much bettter. Have you considered couples counseling???....let him know your at the end of your rope, let him know you mean business and things need to change.

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
DH just likes to think he has the worst days ever and nothing I can say tops his day, so he comes home and sits on his @$$...I don't think I'm gonna feel like cooking tonight, or doing any of his laundry, or doing any of his dishes...I think I'm gonna start making him do his fair share whether he wants to or not. It's not like I ask him to do a lot, this past weekend I asked him to clean up our bathroom, and to put away the laundry...well the laundry is still sitting in the basket, and *I* cleaned the bathroom. I know he has a job, and has to go to work everyday, but so do I. Stay at home mom is a job title. You don't get days off, or vacation time, or anything like that. My job doesn't end when my boss tells me to go home, because I don't have a boss. I'm already home, I've still got laundry, dishes, cooking, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, bathing, etc, etc, etc.

Ok, so F thinking about not doing it...I'm just not going to do anything for him today, tomorrow, the next day, and the next, and the next until he gets this sh!t through his head. I just walked into the kitchen to get Elijah some juice, opened the refrigerator....Josh put pizza in it last night to take to work with him today on a plate...he took the fing pizza off the d@mn plate and left it sitting in the fing fridge. WTFH?! Seriously? How hard is it to take the d@mn plate out and sit it in the fing sink if you're too d@mn lazy to put it in the dishwasher??? This weekend's chat has been moved up to TONIGHT, and I'm not even gonna be nice.

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by AnxiousGurl, Sep 23, 2010
Dont be nice! BE FIRM WITH HIM. You need to put your foot down......im going thru the same thing...my BF is JUST LIKE THAT. And he thinks his time home from work is his "LEISURE TIME" ******** when do i get mine? When do WE GIRLS get OUR leisure time! OUR job as mothers are 24/7 his is what 8-10....or however long...but still he can come home and sit on his A$$. Im supposed to be the "housewife" and him the "provider....F THAT! Thank godd i dont have another toddler running around cuz I'd kick him out by now....I don't knwo how you do it, your strong... and you are NOT powerless....so put your foot down with him. let him know you deserve better..

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
Well when I have my little chats with him he does good for a few days and then it's back to him being a selfish @$$. I guess on top of getting my two year old back on a schedule I'm gonna have to schedule sit down with my 27 year old and have a "you need to take responsibility and not be a lazy jack@$$" conversations once a week. He does help out to an extent, on weekends...but I feel like I have to force it most of the time...

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by ammanda, Sep 23, 2010
Wow your husband sounds just like my DB.  I can totally relate to you.  Cole is 4 and half months old, and I do EVERYTHING.  Except in my case, I also work too. Most weeks I work more hours then he does.  he complains he gets no sleep, he gets up at 6am and has to work 8 to 4, but he usually leaves early, I go in at 5pm till 230 am.  And although Cole is doing great at sleeping through the night, it used to be so hard.  I never slept.   I have to clean bottles, do laundry, and I freaking swear laundry is never done!!!! DB is soo lazy Im always cleaning up after him, he literally throw his dirty clothes right next to the hamper, who does that?  and he leaves all his dishes in the living room through out the day.  He has never once given Cole a bath, he claims he dont know how.  ive been to his work with him, when I was prego and bored of sitting at home. its not hard he mostly just sits at a computer.  unlike my job when im on my feeet waitressing/bartending, running around for 8-10 hours a night.theres no reason for him not to help.  I talk to him all the time but like your DH, it doesnt help.

And it ***** cause I cant not clean and so stuff, I have a cleaning problem, i hate messes, i hate dirtyness.  i hate germs.  

I hope your talk tonight helps!! good luck and stay firm and stand strong

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
I hope it helps too. I mean I should be grateful that I have a husband and I don't have to work, and I do get to stay at home all day with my son, BUT I would like some freakin help, and some appreciation. He gave me a card for our anniversary that said that he appreciates everything I do, and he knows being a stay at home mom is hard, and a job that never ends, and how I "manage it like it were nothing" and how I'm an amazing wife and mother and he admires everything that I do. And thanking me for all that I've done for our family and for being strong...sweet right? Well..WTF doesn't he show me he feels this way? Why can't he just come home play with Elijah, let me relax some too, and give me a hug once in a while and say I love you. I'm b!tching about him, but I also miss him so much. He's not like he used to be at all, I rarely get a kiss, or a hug anymore, he never wants to cuddle up and watch a movie anymore...he's been sleeping on an air mattress in our spare room because "Elijah's up later than him" and he'll come back to sleeping in the room with me "when Elijah goes to sleep before him"...I've been p!ssed and/or cried most nights when he goes to sleep, and he doesn't even know it because I want to feel like I have a husband again...not feel like I'm a nanny/maid/prostitute (on the rare occasion that we DO have sex). I have told him I want him back in our room, that's when he made the comment about Elijah going to bed earlier...I'm just emotionally drained right now.

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by ammanda, Sep 23, 2010
Im so sorry your going through this and feel that way.  Its hard I know.  it ***** how time changes things.  I dont get random kisses or hugs anymore either.  Its amazing what lil things guys have to do to make us happy but there too dumb to see that. they think were so complicated and difficult, if they only knew.  id give anything for one day have DB text me while at work, and say "i miss you" or "i love you"(which he does everyday, but then he comes home and is an a**) or come up behind me and give me a kiss. or a simple thank you for what I do. all he does is complain and yell at me. just like now, were fighting because i said something about Cole being at his moms house, cause they smoke in the house when coles not there, they dont get that it lingers and turns into second hand smoke.  so now im the bad guy and hes making it seem like im trying to keep cole from his mom.  I cant stand men. there so naive. and they dont listen to anything you have to say.  he saids i intrupt him everytime he talks, but he does the same freaking thing.. sorry im venting on your vent. i just get carried away lol


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by mom2ariana, Sep 23, 2010
a friend of mine gave me really good advice...me and DH have fought about this same thing too...she said her dad told her when she got pregnant the best advice he could give was to remember that both her job and her boyfriends job was equally as hard. you and your husband need to come to that agreement; you need to AGREE to REMEMBER that you BOTH work just as hard...after that he can learn to balance responsibilities. talk to him about that FIRST though. men can only process one thing at a time. so if he will agree to remember you both work equally as hard, he can start to share chores/caring for elijah. if you agree to remember he works just as hard as you (EVEN if you dont think he does; humor him) then he will be more inclined to respect your job.

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
It's fine believe me, I feel better knowing I'm not the only one out there who has to deal with any of this. I just wrote it in a journal so I wouldn't just b!tch to my friends all day about it. Plus I got out a little anger doing it.

If Josh would just call me or text me or something through out the day I'd be over the freakin moon! I usually get a call or a text at the end of his work day saying he's on his way home, and that's it. When he walks in the door it's complaint after complaint about his day and how tired he is and how sore he is or this or that, I don't even talk about my day anymore. If I have one negative thing to say about my day he goes off on a rant about how his day was so horrible. I mean I just don't know what to do or say anymore really...When I got to Korea last January, he was all stressed about some inspection they were having, and that's where he said his lack of sex/how he was acting was coming from...he told me to wait until he was off shift work and back 9-5 and he'd be happier, well he got back on 9-5 and then it was "wait until this is done", then that goes by, then "I'm just thinking about this"...finally it was "when we get to Bragg and I'm in a new unit"...well we've been here, well he's been here in his new unit for three months, almost four. So am I supposed to wait forever for things in his life to change and make him happy before I can be? He says he wants to work outside and do this and do that, and go for long hikes cause it will make him happy...well how about the fact that your wife and son were with you in Korea and you didn't have to go a full year without seeing us, or that you didn't get deployed right away, and you will be here for the birth of your daughter...or that fact that *I* do everything, stay up late with Elijah, get up with him, and do everything around the house and have been to get my hair cut three times, and to the spa one time since I was pregnant with Elijah. So I've done something for me a total of FOUR times in the last three years almost (next month is three years since I got pregnant with Elijah). I went out a few nights while we were in Korea but I really don't count them as me time because I just did it to get out of the house, I don't like going to nightclubs watching my friends try to get laid by whoever they can get their hands on, and babysitting drunks...not my idea of fun. Plus Josh went out just as much as I did when I was there, if not MORE and probably was more actually, on top of that he went out while I was pregnant and the entire time he was in Korea before I got there. He was married with a baby and living the life of a bachelor. I'm looking forward to my turn to have something for me to do, to get my hair cut again (haven't in at least 8 months), get a pedicure, go shopping for clothes I need (I have NOTHING that will fit my preggo self for winter)...just to get out and be free for a little while...is that too much to ask for? I mean I'd be happy with just having a Saturday where I didn't have to clean, Josh did it, and I could just kick my feet up and enjoy a day. I'd settle for just one night of curling up on the couch with him and Elijah and watching a movie...I think with all I do I deserve a break once in a while, a little affection/attention...I'm crying now thinking that I can't remember the last time Josh hugged me just because or kissed me just because...

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
mom2ariana...I know he works hard, he usually does even on small stupid stuff...the problem I have is when he stays up so he can watch something he wants to watch, even though he gets up at 430 EVERY morning. OR he'll play softball when the game starts at 815 and doesn't end til 915 (they have an hour time limit for the games) then we have a 30 min drive home...It bugs me when he stays up or does things that HE wants to do, but never wants to if I ask him to...he wants to do things he wants to do and it doesn't matter how anyone else feels.

For instance, taking Elijah to the park. Josh doesn't like doing it so much, and he never wants to take Elijah to a pool, because HE doesn't like playing in water...SO WHAT? I don't do it for my health! I'm not a big pool person either, but Elijah likes it, so I do it. I put my needs behind his because he's my kid and doesn't understand when I'm tired why I can't play outside, or do this or that...he just knows he wants mommy/daddy to play with him and that's that.

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by mom2ariana, Sep 23, 2010
me and stephen argued about the affection: i started this thing where we have to randomly hug/kiss/whatever 5 times a day..its become somewhat of a game and something we laugh about together. sometimes its a friendly competition and it keeps us joking around with each other.

also (and i  KNOW this is going to sound dumb) but we are reading a book that talks about the five love languages; acts of service, gifts, physical touch, words of affirmation, and quality time. if someones love language is acts of service, sometimes they do favors and help with chores around the house because that is what makes THEM feel loved. they dont realize that their spouse/partner's love language is in fact gifts. try to pay attention to what josh complains about. for example; if he often says i dont feel loved by you because you dont make the first move to have sex his love language is physical touch. if its i dont feel loved by you because you dont do any favors for me his love language is acts of service. if he says i dont feel loved by you because you dont set aside time to spend with me everyday, his love language is quality time and so on down the list. now i know you are probably the one feeling more unloved at the moment, but if you figure out what his love language is and start "speaking" it (ie...making a move towards sex, initiating watching a movie, serving dinner, what have you) then he will naturally start to reciprocate whenever you ask him for something. the author of the book calls it the love tank. if you fill your partners first, they will be encouraged to make you feel loved as they feel loved.

i know i know that sounds dumb and cliche/ whatever but honestly this book is huge; its been translated into 34 languages...marriage counselors suggest it all the time. its nationally known and gary chapman has made millions off of it. its just an IDEA. you dont have to try it; but i can tell you me and stephen just ordered it because i dont feel like i get enough affection or like he does anything romantic anymore or compliments me. so we need a little push to learn how to do those things for each other and improve our marriage.

just a thought;  i really hope things turn around.

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
I have the book. I started reading it and told Josh I want him to read it to, he said he wasn't going to because he hates reading...but he'll take a book of HIS choice to work when he has 24 hour duty. I don't know where it is at the moment it got put in a box when we moved from Korea, I'll have to ask Josh he was here when all our stuff from Korea got here.

Speaking of him, I think he just got home, we're going to a softball game again tonight, and I'm hoping the ride home/there to get to talk to him, sounds bad but he can't run away from me in the car, and he has to listen.

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by JadedSweetheart, Sep 23, 2010
The 5 love languages is a great book.  I took a parenting class with my ex and we learned about how to apply the 5 languages to our children.  It's been great for getting through to my 13 year old.  Come to think of it, I meant to read the whole book.  
I don't have much advice to give, except that as men get older they get better.  My DH is 35 and he helps out a lot.  Granted, this is my second marriage and after dealing with similar things in my last relationship, on top of a lot of philandering and other things, I just had to get out.  My ex wasn't getting it and didn't appreciate what I did for him at all.  He thought I was such a b!tch and now the woman he's married to leads him around by the nose.  The only thing I would definetly recommend is counseling before things get too bad, only you two will know when that is.  I waited too long in my first marriage and things were irrepairable for us.  

I do think you're a wonderful wife and mother and I think your DH is lucky to have someone who does everything around the house and only asks for sleep.  Most days I physically can't do even one of those things on your list all the way through.  I have to do what I can and DH has to do a great deal when he's home from work.  I don't think you're asking too much.

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by ammanda, Sep 23, 2010
Sabrina, I see your on facebook alot, and so am I, so whenever your having a bad day or want to vent, go ahead and message me or IM me.  Ill listen and give advise(only if wanted).  

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by smjmekg, Sep 23, 2010
ammanda~ Of course! Anytime you wanna chat IM me as well. I usually get caught up replying to e-mails/messages, so I don't pay a lot of attention to who is on.

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by Ashelen, Sep 23, 2010
Brinny you know we talked about this the other day...did you remember what I said about his jealousy and how you should broach it? I promise that men are like babies when it comes to emotional issues and they're the WORST when they don't feel like they're getting enough attention/appreciation.

Just remember too that while your concerns are COMPLETELY valid and you and I have doppelganger Josh's so I can totally relate to what you're going through especially at the end of pregnancy (remember my rants?) a lot of what you're feeling is expanded because of pregnancy hormones..so remember to try to take a deep breath and calm down before you approach him or you'll blow up and/or cry and he'll get defensive and/or try to placate you and nothing serious will get done.

deep breaths sweetie. you know you deserve better, but I also know that he loves you and he's most likely not doing this intentionally or knowingly...so try to give him the benefit of the doubt when you talk to him.

love and hugs good luck with the talk...hope his stubborn @$$ listens for once. and if he does...tell me what you said. I need to know so I can tell your josh's twin (my josh) the same stuff. lol

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by smjmekg, Sep 24, 2010
Ivy~~~I know, I remembered everything you said. That's mostly why I wrote all this in a journal instead of yelling/screaming/crying at him. He had just gone to bed when I wrote the original part. I'm kinda using my journal as a blow off some steam journal, so I get it all out before I try talking to him, so I can be calm, and in control of my emotions for the most part.

I ended up not talking to him last night, about thirty seconds into the car ride over to softball he got an attitude and I didn't talk to him, until we were about 2/3 of the way there. He was trying to tickle me and I told him to stop so he grabbed my hand and held it until we got to base. After that I didn't want to talk to him about all of it last night. It's little things like that, that make me feel better....almost like I know he loves me when he does them. I just wish he'd do them more often...

I was super shocked last night, I don't know what's going on with my child, but he slept from about 1 am until 445 am the night before last, fell back asleep at 8 woke up at 11, back asleep at 3 something and woke up at 530ish then he actually fell asleep by 1030 last night and woke up around 830 this morning...I thought after two "naps" yesterday he'd be up half the night but he wasn't. SO Josh actually slept in the SAME bed as me, and was cuddling with me, I had to ask him to, but he still did it. So last night ended good. I just wish we had more days like the second half of yesterday. Oh well, today is Friday, tomorrow I have NO clue what's going on, and Sunday...it is SO on Sunday. Tampa Bay Buccaneers are playing Pittsburgh Steelers (football for those who don't know) Tampa Bay is my team and of course, Josh likes the Steelers since he's from Pittsburgh...we've never watched a game where the two play against each other in the three and a half years we've been together, SO...Sunday will be interesting to say the least. I'm hoping Tampa Bay wins to knock a little pride out of Josh, and to give me a boost...they haven't done too well the last few years, but so far this year they aren't looking too bad. Anyways, Sunday should be a day of some fun sh!t talking...

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by Cassandrajane, Sep 24, 2010
I know its not the same, but your DH sounds EXACTLY like my mum, Where I have my brother and sister 6 days a week *I* set up them having a routine... my brother bed at 8 story then he has FINALLY learnt to self soothe himself to sleep so I dont have to lay with him... (And he goes to school, which is why he is in bed so early, plus he is 3) my sister bed at 8:30, lights out by 9... she has school Also... well when my mum has them on her one day (After 2 hrs of having them she calls me home cause she has had enough).... they are still up and awake (BOTH brother and sister) at 9:30pm... and they BOTH have school the next day. And then she will lay with my brother untill he falls alseep. So on the Monday, he is REALLY DIFFICULT to put to bed because of my mum (Im not being a cow.. but she moans that they do this and that, because my mum lets them get away with everything) Yesterday my mum was home ALL day and the washing up wasnt done (After 3 days of it being there and piling up), the cat trays hadnt been done, and the little little ones... sometimes have trouble getting to the litter tray in time (We need to get more, but they are only little)...she hadnt cleaned up after them so they done more.... and at 6pm my brother and sister HADNT eaten, when I got in she went to work... so I done EVERYTHING..... but I didnt clean the front room up. Because my brother was playing cars, then fell asleep on the sofa so I carried him to bed,.... and so I put it to one side, and she had a go at me saying it was a mess... GR! I cleaned the WHOLE house cause she didnt and then she moanss cause cars were on the floor.

SORRY to vent on your vent... SORRY!

But they sound sooooo alike...and i know how stressful it is for you even though I am not a parent yet, I feel like one!....

I think personallly, he needs to listen.. men dont do that very well after a while... its like their ears break. And if he lets Elijah watch tv (Sorry if I spelt his name wrong) then you say no mummy said bed, and place him in his room. And explain that your Hubby needs to back you up, or you'll have to go through it ALL over again with your new little one... if he dont listen bash him round the head...

Sorry this is happening!

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by smjmekg, Sep 24, 2010
OH BTW, for my Love Language readers, there's also a really good book called "Laugh Your Way Through Marriage" I haven't read all of it, but what I have read is very interesting. I'm not sure who it's by, I haven't found where all my books are yet. I think I might do that today...I'll let you all know if I find it.

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