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Just a rant Serenity,Kenzie,& Lilly's 2 kids; Mississippi 1284 posts
10th Apr '13

DH is an amazing husband and father. I love him to no end and would do anything for him and feel that he would do the same for me most of the time. Last night I asked if I could sleep on the outside of the bed because I had to get up before him to get DD off to school and climbing over him at 14 weeks pregnant has become a chore almost. He got so pissed that I asked he got up and slept on the couch. I asked him many times to come back to bed. He never did he stayed on the couch. This morning when I got DD up and off to school I came back in and he had moved to DD's bed. Didn't think much of it because its cooler back there and he will normally sleep in a little longer on the days I have to work. Sleep in I mean till like 9:30 at the very latest. He moved back to our bed at like 9 and has been there since. I work night shift 7p to 7a and I lay down about 11/12 and sleep till about 4. Here it is 11 and he won't get up and if I go in there and wake him it will just turn into a fight. I don't get it seems like once a month he turns into super a*****e then says sorry a couple days later. Am I the only one that has this kind of issue with their DH. I just don't know what to do.

~The Lunar Flower~ 2 kids; Alabama 6748 posts
10th Apr '13

I don't understand the issue. Can he not continue to sleep? Do you beed the bed to yourself or does he need to get up to watch a child?

ℕightingale 1 child; Mississippi 8345 posts
10th Apr '13

Sounds like he's on his period lol. Do you need to wake him up for anything?

Serenity,Kenzie,& Lilly's 2 kids; Mississippi 1284 posts
10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~The Lunar Flower~:</b>" I don't understand the issue. Can he not continue to sleep? Do you beed the bed to yourself or does he need to get up to watch a child?"</blockquote>




Guess I should have explained that better. Yes we have a 22 month old that needs to be looked after. And our oldest gets home from school at 3. He doesn't work he is a stay at home dad I make enough to support us. I have already done all of the house work for the day and fed LO so he just has to get up and keep an eye on her.

Serenity,Kenzie,& Lilly's 2 kids; Mississippi 1284 posts
10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Glo♥:</b>" Sounds like he's on his period lol. Do you need to wake him up for anything?"</blockquote>




Yes I need to sleep before work and I need him to get up and look after our 22 month old

ℕightingale 1 child; Mississippi 8345 posts
10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Serenity & Mackenzie's:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Glo♥:</b>" Sounds like he's on his period lol. Do you ... [snip!] ... for anything?"</blockquote> Yes I need to sleep before work and I need him to get up and look after our 22 month old"</blockquote>




Then wake his ass up...

~The Lunar Flower~ 2 kids; Alabama 6748 posts
10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Serenity & Mackenzie's:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ~The Lunar Flower~:</b>" I don't understand the issue. Can he ... [snip!] ... support us. I have already done all of the house work for the day and fed LO so he just has to get up and keep an eye on her."</blockquote>



Have your LO go wake him up lol. Claim you were using the bathroom. He is a lazy stay at home dad if you are having to work & clean house!

Serenity,Kenzie,& Lilly's 2 kids; Mississippi 1284 posts
10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Glo♥:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Serenity & Mackenzie's:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... to sleep before work and I need him to get up and look after our 22 month old"</blockquote> Then wake his ass up..."</blockquote>




Thought about that but pretty sure he would just get ill. It's not that he is lazy 90% of the time he does all the house work. I did it today to see if he will be in a better mood.