Last night at work we were talking about our favorite shows and somehow got on the topic of this woman who lost her two kids and husband. Fellow co-workers were wondering how she got out of bed in the morning after such a loss. I'm pregnant and weepy so i just start bawling.
On my way home I just keep think about this conversation. When I got home my kids were still up (it was past ten so they should have been in bed) so I just sat there snuggling them and crying for about half an hour. My MIL lives with us, she was like "what are you keeping the kids up for? We have an early day tomorrow." I told her to F off, now granted I shouldn't have said that in front of the kids.
My hubby generally gets home from work between midnight and 1 so I went to bed, and had my son in bed with me (he had a nightmare about 11:45 and wanted to sleep with
mommy). So every couple of minutes I look at the clock and hubby doesn't come in the bedroom. By three I fall into an unease sleep. I wake up at 8 and start panicking, hubby still wasn't in the be room. So I run out my room looking for him, he was just about to carry in some wood. I grab him and just start sobbing into his chest.
My MIL starts screaming at me that I'm preventing mu hubby from getting his work done. Hubby tells her to go away cause obviously I need him. So I tell him about the conversation at work and he said he was sorry for not coming to bed he fell asleep in his chair and he'll try to come to bed every night.
So after I let hubby go my MIL starts screaming at me that I'm out of line and I need to watch myself.
So was I really out of line?
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