Quoting Tavi:" I completely understand working will wear a person out. At the end of the day you just want to be by ... [snip!] ... want, but will probably never have until later....like sleep... He needs to help more than that. What does he do for work btw?"He is a truck driver and delivers stuff from Home Depot to peoples homes.
Quoting It's a boy!!!!*3/27/13*:" My husband is wonderful and says "your job being home is twice as hard as mine" so once he gets home ... [snip!] ... that he will walk in and do everything. Just talk to your Dh and voice that you would like some more interaction from him."I have before and he just seems so obsessed with watching tv. I really just want to cancel the tv. I think he would flip out
Quoting Mama Lizzy :]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:</b>" My husband works full time, is ... [snip!] ... I can sleep in as well."</blockquote> That is a luxury....ahhhh dare to dream )..mine has done that a couple times"Ya he has never bathed our 6 month old and I can count on one hand how many times hes bathed our 3 1/2 year old.
Quoting Fluffy Mamma:" I feel the same way a lot. It's almost like in this day and age when it's a lot of two income households, ... [snip!] ... on that. We're both young, I'm 23 and he's 24. So I'm hoping he'll come around. Sorry you have to feel the pain too, OP."We are in the same situation it looks like. It's like I have to give him an excuse to have him hold the baby (going to the bathroom) then he expects me to come back and hold her right after I go. I just can't take it anymore. It's like holding your f"""ing kid for longer than 5 minutes without wondering when I am going to come back and grab her. Or turn off the tv and sit on the ground and play a game with your son who is dying for your attention. I just don't get why he doesn't see this is so wrong.