I'm generally not a moody person, in that you don't have to worry I'll be snappy or grumpy with you unless you deserve it haha! The only time I can get unnecessarily irritable is when I'm tired and things add up to cause me to overreact.
Last night my husband said the dreaded words to me 'is this just pregnancy irritability or something?' Well we all know those are words no woman wants to hear when they are growing a human for someone else! I was so annoyed and insulted! My question is, am I extra irritable and don't realise it or am I just extra sensitive to being understood and heard? Or is my husband using that as an excuse for anything he does that would make anyone get annoyed?
He's generally not a nasty person and has been so caring and kind to me. This really hurt me because I have helped him through a lot of stress at work recently and I just feel he needs to show some sensitivity back.
Keep reading for context: Gist of the saga is that I offered to pop by the shops to pick up some extras for dinner on my way home do he could get home and start dinner - I commute 45min by train and drive home from the station, he drives 10min to work. He ended up sending me a list of a whole basket full of groceries including milk for his office and I was exhausted after a long day at work! I asked him to start dinner and when I got home he hadn't because he didn't read my message properly and said it didn't matter because it would only take 5 min. My point was that I was doing all this running around and hoped he could help with finishing up dinner when I got home instead of still having to cook the part I expected to be done already leaving me to have to help. Maybe I was a bit hangry but the pregnancy mood comment just made me lose it! I'm happy to take accountability for overreacting but feel his comment was so uncalled for and want him to understand that.