Ok, today's hubby's 1 day off in over a week. I understand he wants to take it easy and not have to do much but why cant he understand that I've had our DS every day, all day, with no help, plus I worked last saturday for his mother then sunday for his father so he wouldn't have to listen to them complain. I'm exhausted, and my patience has worn thin with DS. SIL asked me to go with her to help groom a cat. We asked if we could leave DS with him for AN HOUR to go and groom this cat. He wanted to go fishing, so he went. She wanted to go early, so we took DS with us. He got in the way, got into stuff in the woman's house, etc. If we'd left him at home it would've only taken an hour. Since we took him with, it took us nearly three. Unprofessional much? Then, he just left to get dinner at McDonald's drive-thru. DS wanted to go with, but he didn't want to take him. DS is now screaming his head off..why couldn't he go?Answer Question
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Answer by my2kids312 at 9:05 PM on Jun. 3, 2009
I'm going out on a whim but mine isn't like that at all. I know some women that go out and party all weekend and leave their kids at home with daddy. You could just leave the kid with him and don't take no for an answer. Don't fill your plate to much , learn to say NO. Walk out and go do something for yourself even if it's just sitting in the car listening to music. Your hubby will get over it.
Answer by legalmommy101 at 9:21 PM on Jun. 3, 2009
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