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Here's a little About me. My name is Caitlin, but I'd rather not be called that. It sounds way to formal. I go by Caitie and I like that a LOT better. My husband is in the army. His name is Andrew. We have a beautiful little girl named Hailey; she is two.
We have our second bundle of joy due June 7th. We'll be finding out the sex on the 18th. yay
On another note My husband and I are having a really tough time with this deployment. They are eight hours ahead of us over there and I can't seem to go to bed until I say goodnight to him. He doesn't get up til around midnight. Then we get to talking and I just want to keep talking to him. I wish we were together. I don't end up getting to sleep until 5 am. My daughter stays up as late as I do because we share a room living at my dad's house while my husband is deployed. Everyone in this house stays up until all ours of the night. I hate it but I deal.
My husband is a very cranky man when he hasn't gotten enough sleep and because of the time difference he rarely gets any sleep. I have recently decided that I am fed up with him taking it out on me, saying mean things to me when he is cranky. I wont be talking to him at all for the next few days. We can both try to get stuff done and catch up on our sleep and get on better sleeping schedules. He doesn't think this is a good idea. But honestly I don't care. I would rather not talk to him for a couple days than get into a fight with him every night. We're really starting to get on each others nerves. I can't take it either. Everything seems to make me cry.