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Grouchy DH? SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7852 posts
13th Dec '12

I just need to vent.



I had my son Monday and my hormones are going nuts. I can cry over anything but only when it comes to my husband.




Its like he doesn't realize how much pain I'm in. I had an emergency c-section. I have been getting up, taking care of baby as much as possible. We live with my parents so they help out
whenever I need it. We just came home yesterday so of course..
The room was cluttered with stuff from the hospital.



He kept griping about how the room was a mess, like he expected me to jump up and clean it. Also, when the baby would cry last night, I'd change his diaper and ask dh to feed him because he had said he wanted to tag team it. He would sit and roll his eyes at me, mock me when I was talking to the baby, etc. I just couldnt help but sit and bawl

He's never been that way toward me before. He's just blatantly being rude and acting like he's mad at me, when I haven't done a thing wrong.



He's so helpful with the baby and volunteers to do for him then turns and acts like he's mad at me.

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 65008 posts
13th Dec '12

Tell him that he should have his abdomen cut wide open, then try to do everything you're doing. He's being an ass. I'd probably punch him in the throat.

user banned Altadena, California 11084 posts
13th Dec '12

Sounds like a typical male. They tell you what you want to hear and 8/10 they back out.



Tell him if he wants the room clean to clean it.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7852 posts
13th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Squeaky McGee:</b>" Tell him that he should have his abdomen cut wide open, then try to do everything you're doing. He's being an ass. I'd probably punch him in the throat."</blockquote>




That's exactly what I told him. I'd love to see him care about a messy room after he has his uterus cut open and 17 staples a few inches above his crotch.

T+N=A&P Due June 24 (girl); 50 kids; Volo, Illinois 5330 posts
13th Dec '12

Males can suffer from PPD too if he continues to act this way have him go get checked out he might have it and is taking it out on you.

meℓissa+1♥ 1 child; ., CA, United States 17371 posts
13th Dec '12
Quoting T+N=A&P:" Males can suffer from PPD too if he continues to act this way have him go get checked out he might have it and is taking it out on you."


:!:



pretty sure my DH used to have it.

user banned California 8675 posts
13th Dec '12

Is he jealous of the baby that he wants your attention too? He is acting like a little child even seems that he is competing with you. Sit down and have a serious talk or else you can go into pp depression. Congrats hun and put your foot down and if you have put it up his ass (jk).