oh you poor thing. that's quite a bit you've got on your plate to deal with and an overgrown schoolboy added to the mix would be enough to make any sane lady tear her hair out!!
just do the bare minimum to make it presentable. it's pretty unbelievable he won't help you at all but I guess some guys are just useless.
maybe his guitar could "break" ? 😂😂
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13-10-2015 21:10 #21
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13-10-2015 21:45 #23
In theory: I would sit down and have a deep and meaningful about whether or not it's a priority for him, it is for you, and if he cares about you he should try to help you.
In reality: I would hire a cleaner and pay for it by selling his guitar.
I agree with what a PP said. It's not that he resents you cleaning, he's resenting you making him feel bad for not helping. But rather than help he try's to make you stop cleaning so he doesn't have to feel bad.
Can you make him get up during the night so you're not as tired?
14-10-2015 09:38 #24
I wouldn't sugar coat it by saying he's been busy with his guitar. I just upfront say he hasn't been helping at all...but admit that depends on the in laws and your relationship with them.
If he doesn't want to clean then he should be helping out in other ways, i.e. meals, grocery shopping, giving you a break by looking after bub for an hour or so, so you can catch up on sleep, paying for a cleaner 😜
14-10-2015 10:20 #25Senior Member
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If hes going to be like that then to hell with him and his parents. Stuff the lot and go away to a hotel for the few days. He can deal with them and the mess himself. If u have to take the kids then do so.
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14-10-2015 11:48 #26
Your husband is a jerk.
I have the opposite problem- mine tells me to do more housework... ya dude, I'm pregnant, have to do the laundry by hand because you have yet to replace the washing machine (8 weeks and counting!), I do all the shopping and cooking, as well as housework and organising DSS and DSD, we are moving in 4 weeks, and I work 4 days a week.
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