He can. But I'm quick to remind him that he gets a lot more sleep than I do, he's not getting up to DS and that he goes to sleep really early in the day if he needs to and I don't say boo. I tell him I appreciate that he works so hard for us but he has to appreciate in return that I pick up a lot of the slack in order to make it easier on him. If he has a night where he starts at me I tell him to make his own damn coffee and walk to work because I hide car keys from jerks.
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