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Does your dh have any other father friends to talk to, so he can see what is expected of him is normal? DH always tells new fathers " when you get home from work take the baby, even if you have had the worst day, take the baby, your wife will love you for it".
When you do take the baby, minus the 1 day that you let me sleep in(1 day in nearly 3 months), you only take him for a brief time before I end back up with him in my arms.
When you do hold K you will give heavy sighs, this indicates to me that you are not enjoying it. When I ask if you want me to take him, you say "you can if you want", which translates more or less, "yes take him", since that is your response every single time and you don't tell me to just take it easy for a bit, or at least this is how it makes me feel, like you don't even enjoy holding him whatsoever.
|The becoming-a-parent, my-mate-is-a-disappointment syndrome.|
I have been bleeding since he was born, I can not do tasks like I was able to before otherwise I start bleeding again. This is not my fault nor a reason to be 'lazy', YOU were there when i went to the hospital, you seen how critical it was that I go, and in no way do I want to end back up in the hospital because I *overdid* it.
Lisa, lucky mama of Kelly (3/93) , Emma (5/03) , Evan (7/05) , & Jenna (6/09)
Loving my amazing dh, James & forever missing Aaron Ambrose (11/07)
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