I would have squished a tomato in his face.
I snapped at my DH pretty good when he ticked me off - the worst ever - "You would think that in a relationship that has been going on for 8 years now, that by now you would know when to SHUT UP."
I hope he knocks it off and supports you.
Originally Posted by KindRedSpirit
Thanks for the hugs and understanding.That's all I need,was that so hard?SHEESH!
"A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing." ~ Emo Philips
Me, DH, DS1, DS2, November 2012 , July 2013 , March 2014
Waiting on my SunshineBaby
Yesterday my DH spent like 4 hours hanging out at the river with friends after I told him I was pooped and DS wanted to play active play outside. He also turned his phone off, so I couldn't call and bitch him out and started to get really worried, since he wasn't home 1 1/2 hours after he said he probably would be. I was MAD. I was especially mad when this resulted in DS screaming while I made dinner and ate it because I HAD to eat because I'm pregnant and starving because he wanted to still be outside. I do not make my DS scream for 30 - 45 minutes without stopping what I'm doing to deal with his unhappiness very often. It is not our style at all.
But he did respond appropriately when I told him I was mad and he did apologize when he got home. So I'm not mad anymore.
I wasn't feeling very connected with him at all a few weeks ago. I decided to try doing something different, something small. I've been giving him hand-rubs every day. He didn't even notice that I was doing it on purpose every day. But I feel like it's working. Other than that spaz yesterday, things have been getting better. Nothing dramatic - hand-rubs aren't dramatic - but I just feel more and more confident that I'm not going to feel emotionally abandoned when I go into labor.
Hugs again and I hope things get better soon.
Here as mama to W (2/04), R (5/06), D (7/09), and J (12/9/12!), co-parenting with my DH
I WOH part-time, am a doula & childbirth educator, home/unschool, and hope we are nearing the center of chaos