Hello, and thanks in advance for lisstening to me vent. I am a work at home mom with a beautiful 2.5 year old daughter and am 7 months pregnant with our 2nd daughter. I am also a caregiver to my 91 year old grandmother who lives with us and has alzhiemers. My husband works 12 hour days, 6-7 days a week and is a great father. I do feel latley that he does not fully acknowledge or appriciate what I do all day. By the time he gets home I am exhausted and admitidley a bit crankey. My father lives with us as well under the condition that he take on most of the responsibility of my grandmother, but i have to constantly keep on him to do it. I stay up till 2 am working as I cannot get any work done during the day. My day is spent with a very clinggy daughter, doing housework, and curently potty training and teaching her the things she will need to know for preschool. I also babysit my 8 year old niece 4-5 days a week. I let my husband know that I appriciate how hard he works for our family (my grandmother and father included) but it never seems recipercated. It has been a month since I have been out of the house for anything other than a quick trip to the grocery store. He is always too tired to do anything (which is understandable given how hard he works), but it would be nice for him to come home on a weekend and say hey, lets go to the park or the beach. On top of everything his 16 year old daughter is moving in with us next month. In order for this to happen my husband and I have to give up our room and will be sleeping in the livingroom. I told him I was ok with this, she needs a loving environment, something she does not have living with her grandmother. At the same time it would have been nice for my husband to say, thanks for giving up the little amount of personal space you have for my daughter. He seems more concerned with getting our roomready for her than he does getting the livingroom ready for us or getting things ready for our baby which will be here in 2 month. Am I being selfish? Please be honest and thanks for listening.