Jwhite

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kris313 - February 22

Oh yes, we have the same argument. He came to me once and said he didn't have any clean socks for work. I told him he'd have to wear the dirty ones then. I know damn well that man did his own laundry for YEARS before I came along. So, now he does his own nasty work socks. We "fight" the most about money - specifically, he constantly overdrafts his account. At $30 a pop, he needs to pay closer attention! When we got married I let him keep his checking account versus giving him an allowance. Boy was that a mistake!

 

kris313 - February 23

I love it when I ask him to help and he acts like there's no time limit on it. If you see that I'm vacuuming and I need you to lift up a chair, do ya really think its okay to leave me standing there while you finish your flippin' video game?! And then he wants to know why I'm crabby. My other fave is when dd obviously needs attention and he ignores her until again, his game is over. Oh I'm sorry, let me stop making dinner, clean my hands, take care of her and you can just keep playing honey. I swear I'm going to chuck the computer and his playstation right out the window!

 

jwhite - February 23

Why don't we just throw them out the window!! hahah!! : ) :) My dh does the same thing but he won't be playing his game, he'll just be on his stupid labtop.. I have told him to stop bringing it home but when he doesn't bring it home then he's just in his study on his computer. Last night I got home from work and he had her in her walker while he was in his study on his computer. She wasn't crying or anything but still the fact is he could have cleaned the litter box at that time instead of being on his computer or be with his daughter since he gave her a empty bag of potato chips to play with, she loves those bags she will play with it for ever... it is so funny but I am so scared she's going to poke her eye with the corner of it or something.

 

kris313 - February 23

I'm afraid Molly is going to choke on one of her gloves. She LOVES chewing on her hands, whether there's something on them or not. Completely irrational right? Dh is going to his sister's for the weekend to help with their addition. So I'll be able to clean and only do it once, not over and over every time he makes a mess! :)

 

jwhite - February 23

You're funny..

 

kris313 - February 23

Nah, just neurotic with a minor case of OCD. :)

 

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