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    Default Are my hormones making me crazy?!?! Or am I right to be annoyed?!?!

    Ok, I need an outsiders pov, so xdp and I are on again off again, should really work that out and either be on or off, but that's a seperate issue.. now.. xdp stay with me alot but also goes back to his old home town where he still has a flat alot, likefor a week here's week there etc etc goes out drinking blah blah blah, when he is here, he does his fair share of housework, is a great, sometimes lazy dad. So this morningi ask for a sleep in when ds 2.5 and DD 14months wake up as I have really bad insomnia this pregnancy and barely sleep at all, he got sooo cranky and said that he always gives me a break he never gets a break blah blah I had too litterally beg him for a sleep in.. finally he agreed .. he reckons he doesn't need breaks so makes me feel bad about wanting them, I'm 6 months pregnant.. he doesn't think he needs breaks because he has them all the time!!! Am I a crazy for being upset at him? Honestly?

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    No not crazy at all, if only men could be pregnant for a week then they would think differently.

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    Thank you!

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    I hope you don't get offended but he sounds a little selfish to me. You're pregnant for goodness sake! My DH knew while I was pregnant that whatever I said goes! Good luck xox

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    ummm....he gets a break everytime he goes away!!!!! he gets time to hmiself, drinks and a social life, sleep ins galore.

    you are right...he seems to forget he is there part time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smileygirl View Post
    ummm....he gets a break everytime he goes away!!!!! he gets time to hmiself, drinks and a social life, sleep ins galore.

    you are right...he seems to forget he is there part time!
    This, he sounds really selfish. You are pregnant and looking after 2 toddlers! (I take my hat off to you btw) He needs a reality check. Sometimes guys just do not get it!

    I consider DH being able to go to the toilet alone a break!!! I think you should talk to him.

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    No not crazy at all!! Xxx he's being selfish xx

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    Thanks guys, had a chat to him, he still doesn't quiet get it! Men!!

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    I'm sorry but he sounds really selfish & immature & it sounds like you have a really unstable on/off relationship, which can't be good for your kids. Please don't get offended but what are you doing having another child to him ? I really think you need to put your kids first & sort out what you want to do, instead of having their father there part time. I wish you the best of luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkphantom View Post
    I'm sorry but he sounds really selfish & immature & it sounds like you have a really unstable on/off relationship, which can't be good for your kids. Please don't get offended but what are you doing having another child to him ? I really think you need to put your kids first & sort out what you want to do, instead of having their father there part time. I wish you the best of luck
    I fell pregnant before we broke up.... and my kids do always come first..


 

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