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.
Ugh! Sorry he's being so clueless!
DD Annabelle 04/08/10 DD Gillian 09/29/11
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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Conor Brian *** October 4, 2011
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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.
DS - Stephen 7/5/06 (born 6 weeks early)
DD - Sophia 9/16/11 (born at 37 weeks, 6 days)
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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.
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!