See what moms are talking about today
View or share your favorite baby photos
From pregnancy to motherhood, every mom has questions or could use some support. Join the conversation to learn from or help other moms just like you.
Join now to get nutritional guidance and up to $329* in benefits
What are the benefits of membership?
Hiss dont feel comfortable around dad for some reason try to get to the bottom of it to find out y and dad needs to spend more time with baby because it can also mean he just dont know dad the way he should.
gurl he is something else but dont give up tell him he has to sleep in the bed with you or you wil sleep on the couch with him your marriage can get worse even more so because you dont have that closeness of sleeping in the same bed so it is important to first get him back to bed and to keep the physical part of the marriage alive too because men emotions are dealt with through physical contact and do this keep your marriage sinful what I mean by that is go out to eat just you and him if you can play with each other under the table do fun stuff in the car or in public places Im not sayin to get arrested but keep the excitment in the marriage men love things to do that they are not suppose to that is y some men cheat because it is sinful that attracks them only you are helping him to not cheat.
Keep your head up and keep talking to him
I am just sick and tired of doing it all! My husband does help but I do carry most of the weight with mommy duties. I feel like I am lost on this world at times but think of my kids and what is important. Caring for a 2 year old, 5 month old, and husband is tiring. Trying to get me time is impossible!.
this is normal for stay at home mom my 4 year old did the same thing from2-3 have your hubby take him for daddy-son days on his days off your son will fuss for a little wail but it will stop then he will be asking for daddy alot or at least it work for my son.
it was like that with my frist son if talking to him and tilling himthat it will only get better when he works at it and not hand her over when she crys but to find ways that he can colm her down then you can pick one of his off days to go out with frinds and put him on daddy duty for the day after a day together he will find a way to bound with her but rember what works for you might not work for him, he will have to find his way.
My husband and I just had our second child. He had the day of her birth off and the following day, but then had to return to work. I have a very energetic 3 year old, and I stay at home with them for 10 hours solid every day. I look forward to when he gets home, so that he can feed the baby and I can get some time in with my older child, or he can play with her. It is not always perfect and it will be something that we really have to work on when I go back to work as well. I let him know when I need help, and he almost always steps up to the plate to help me. It is just all about starting out right when the baby comes home, or when you feel overwhelmed right from the start.
definitely tell him what you need him to do. I try my best to make sure my son's needs are met, but it didn't happen overnight. I had to learn. Unfortunately his mother actually got mad at me for having to ask for help with specific things and I was left
1) Still not knowing what she needed help with
2) Depressed because she was constantly on this angry tirade towards me
really communicate with him, not only about the child, but communication is so pivital for relationships in general.