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I have no advice for you because only you know what the right thing for you is.
:hugs::hugs: What a hard situation to be in.
Expecting the house to be spotless while you're pregnant and looking after your other children is not on. It is not only unrealistic of him to demand this, it's extremely controlling and selfish. I'd personally be telling him where he can shove that expectation to be honest and if he doesn't approve of the housework you and the kids have done, he can easily finish it off himself. If he doesn't like your children then he should be trying harder to bond with them.
When it comes to the baby - only you can decide what is right, and whatever decision you make will be the right one. Regardless of what you decide though, your partner needs to be there to support you - a peck here and there is not good enough. If he's not willing to show you the affection and love you deserve, then I'd be showing him the door to be honest.
How old are your kids? I can understand if he gets annoyed if certain chores are not done etc...but surely he doesn't expect children to keep an entire home spotless does he?
When it comes to working, I think that is something you need to make decisions about - not him. You're the one with six children, you're the one carrying a child inside of you...not him. You're the one going through the physical and mental challenges of being a pregnant mum and if you're not up to working and need a break then that is more than fair enough.
I would seriously talk to him about the lack of affection you feel from him too.
:hugs::hugs: If you do go through with this on Friday, I really hope that he's there for you whether he shows affection or not. He needs to be. If he isn't I would seriously wonder whether or not he's worth staying with.
If you feel he'll make your life hard with a baby, he'll still make it hard without the baby. I think he sounds very cold to be honest and you deserve a lot better.
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