I feel like I can't leave dd alone with him for even a second. I'm wondering if I am being paranoid! I ask him to give her a bath....he takes a dirty wash cloth from the clothes hamper and uses it to bathe her. I ask him to make her a bottle, he uses the same bottle liner and does not even rinse/clean the nipple and ring. I ask him to watch her while I take a shower...I get out to find them outside playing in the 40 degree rain. I ask him to feed her while I run an errand....he gives her a piece of cheese and allows her to eat it off the floor. He even leaves the front and back doors open when he goes to urinate (yes, he likes to pee outside)!!!!!
Am I alone here? Does anyone else have to worry about issues while their SO/DH/BF watches their child?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:21 AM on Oct. 7, 2008 in Relationships
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Answer by Mae264 at 2:35 AM on Oct. 7, 2008
Anonymous; Yes I think you teach people how to treat you. If he was a slob, lazy, irresponsable before you had a child with him, What do you think he would do after you had a child? I knew my husband for along time before we had our first child. I saw how he interracted with kid. He knew how to cook, do laundry and pick up after himself. I cannot believe how many women are posting about similar situations. These guys are doing it on purpose to get out of being a responsable parent. And women are letting them get by with it! Do they not know where the door is?
I don't mean to be hurtful, Yet, I have learned that you teach people how to treat you.
Oh and thanks. I know I have the perfect husband and kids. My friends tell me that all the time. Good luck to you!
Answer by CelticFaerie at 2:37 AM on Oct. 7, 2008
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