A chance to start a family with a definately good and caring husband. Your bonding with your family (mom, dad, brother, sister, aunts and uncles) when your're pregnant? Which should get the most attention? Is it fair to ask your husband to take a back seat to your family during this time or should you focus on strengthening what the two of you have? Knowing that the two parties have conflict (husband has legitimate issues).Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 8:44 PM on Apr. 4, 2009 in Relationships
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Answer by worriedmommy600 at 9:01 PM on Apr. 4, 2009
I think it is important to have a strong bond with family of course, but to go so far as asking DH to take a backseat? Heavens no. I think that is kinda hurtful. He is the one you chose to spend the rest of your life with. And it is important for dads to be a part of the pregnancy, birth, and life of their child. It would be pretty unfair to ask him to give that up. Many women get pregnant and the fathers split, or are very detached.. don't begrudge a man the opportunity when he wants to be involved. Family should understand, you leave home and get married so that you can start a new life with that person. Not so you can live with him until some big event comes along and then he suddenly gets moved to the "backseat" until life is no longer exciting. Let your family be involved, but respect DH and his feelings. He is the one you chose to have the baby with. HTH!
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