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    OMG... If I have to hear from my DH that he's tired ONE MORE TIME... Seriously he doesn't do manual labor, he sits at a desk. Not to mention he's never too tired to bowl or play golf... Which he's doing tomorrow BTW. He only seems tired if I need him to pay attention during a conversation or do something around the house or I need him to put his phone down for 5 min. Tonight he insinuates that I blame not feeling well or being tired on being pg... DUH!

    Here's my 2nd whine... I was going to drag myself to a VT tailgate tomorrow. Mostly to show off DD in her cute VT gear. We weren't going to the game just the tailgate. But 2 days ago...

    DH remembers that he's scheduled to play golf 1.5 hours away from home with some family. So this means that I'm expected to pack up DD & visit MIL. Nobody asked me... It's just expected. I have to sit at MIL's house for 9 hours according to DH (plus 2.5 hours of driving). Which he doesn't think is unreasonable. What???

    Sorry... Just needed to rant.
    Anita
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    Ugh! Sorry he's being so clueless!
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    Anita, I'd stay home. You don't HAVE to go. It'd be less stressful, and after your last visit to her house, I'd be worried you'd be in L&D tomorrow night. Take care of yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kittenchan View Post
    Anita, I'd stay home. You don't HAVE to go. It'd be less stressful, and after your last visit to her house, I'd be worried you'd be in L&D tomorrow night. Take care of yourself.
    Ditto! You don't have to go anywhere! Have a nice relaxing day home with DD .
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    I agree! You don't have to go. If he's faking being tired then so can you! I can totally relate to DH being clueless. I had an emotional breakdown on mine today for being so completely clueless. I think sitting in the house by myself for 3 weeks straight doing nothing had finally pushed me to my limit.
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    Ummmmmmmmmm no re: the mil. His family to visit, his responsibility to be there. That's our rule- if it's us visiting dhs family or them coming to see us he must be there. If it's my family I must be there. Unless the other one offers to visit the inlaws of course.
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    I think my DH may be PMSing... is that possible?

    This morning I set out DD's fruit & all he had to do was pour her beverage & fix a piece of toast. He seriously complained... like he was making a full meal or something. He said since he set out her cup & I should've poured her beverage... Yeah... that's hard. Meanwhile, I had my feet up on the couch eating bon bons & grapes *sarcasm*. He really is underestimating my pg hormones... the only thing that saved him this morning was DD was in the kitchen & *I* didn't want to make a scene. Ugh! Men!
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