Hi all it's me married2the best under my new and more universal name now, anyways, I had my baby on New years eve via emergency c-section, if you had one of those you know how sore it can leave you! Well the day that I got out of the hospital I was still pretty darn sore. Hubby decided to let me be with a 17 month old and a newborn so he could play his stupid xbox, now we are fighting over if I had a right to be mad that he didn't help me out more - he thinks I am over reacting! I didn't want him to do everything just help me out some since I could still hardly move, was I wrong to get bent out of shape?
Answer by melody77 at 1:15 AM on Jan. 11, 2009
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Answer by JAJA_Steele at 12:58 AM on Jan. 11, 2009
NO! What he did was disrespectful! Even if he didn't mean it to be, it was kinda like a slap in the face, and not showing any appreciation for all the work you just went through. I think your a better woman than I am cause I would have tossed that thing right out the window.
Answer by teddybear515 at 12:58 AM on Jan. 11, 2009
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Answer by NightOwlMama at 1:07 AM on Jan. 11, 2009
HOLY COW. Forget tossing the machine out the window, it costs too much. I would have tossed him out the window. I didn't have a c-section but even regular child birth is painful and I am sure a cesarean is at least ten times worse. Rail at him and let him know he needs to pull his weight in raising the kids. His job didn't stop when he pulled his pecker out of you. I would love to see a man give birth and then watch us women play the xbox or Nintendo wii while they care for the baby and other kids in the house.You have every right to be pissed at his insensitivity and callous behavior. Congratulations on the new baby.
Answer by BooBear666 at 1:09 AM on Jan. 11, 2009