I thought my 7 month old son was feeling better and he even got fresh air last night so i thought he would sleep good. I was wrong.
I put him to bed at 7:30pm last night and he passed out because i gave him his meds. then my husband went into kiss him and accidently woke him up, then he thought it was time to get up and would cry the minute i walked out. He fell back to sleep and woke up at 9:30pm an there i gave him some tylnol and put his humidiefier back on. He fell back to sleep around 10pm. He again woke up around 11:30pm and cried, i waited and he fell back to sleep up until 3am where i then gave him a bottle. He fell back to sleep and next thing i knew he was up again right around the time daddy wakes up. i waited andhe fell back to sleep and is still sleeping.
but in the mist of all this a cell phone kept beeping so i had to get up to find it. Husband was snoreing, cats were climbing on me. I may have been a little rude to my husband and woke him up. yes i understand he needs sleep to go to work, but don't i deserve sleep too. SO his alarm goes off, he gets up, is loud as can be, and then comes in shakes the bed and throws the a pillow on my face. then asks for kiss. I Said i just feel alseep and u just had to wake me up. He goes u woke me up so i am doing it back. SO then i just laid awake until 6pm and forced myself to get up around 7:30.
NOw i AM DEBATING DO I GO MEET HIM FOR LUNCH, I ONLY WANT TO GO SO I CAN GET OUT OF THE HOUSE, and for my oldest son who is a daddy's boy. I dont know. He is been so mean to me, treating me like shit and when i do it to him he gets mad.
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