I know I get very impatient with my bf, and everyone knows the first couple days probably the first couple of months, are stressful after you come home from the hosp. I just want to know what are some of the things I need to be more patient with, or be prepared more for? So that I'm not chomping on his head everytime something happens ...Answer Question
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Answer by gammie at 11:39 AM on Jul. 6, 2009
Let him help and be a part of everything. So many moms cut dad out of the picture the first few months. Some get mad when a spouse does not do things the way they do then the guy shuts down and doesn't bother to help at all. I did this to my husband. He did not fold towels the way I did, did not give my son his bath the way I did, did not cook things right. I was not very nice and very critical. He stopped helping and worked more to avoid me. He was afraid to touch our son since I criticized him so much. He finally one day let me have it our son was about 5 months old. I complained he never helped me. He told me how he was feeling and then left. He told me he was going to his families for the weekend and I needed to decide if he was going to be a part of things or not. I felt terrible and got my mom to watch our son and went and got my husband. I have not criticized him since and he is a fantastic dad and hubby.
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