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Dh is so mad at me, I dont under stand why he is so angry... but oh well, back story is We rented a dish washer because dirty dishes make me nauseous.. (not tmi I just want the face) anyway the neighbor guy helped me unload it and i wheeled the dang thing up to my porch steps. I called him and told him I couldn't move it in the house he would have to do that part.. Well hes mad I helped lift it.... UMM HELLO i am under no restrictions what so ever and I am use to lifting 50 pound bags of cattle feed any ways. I am not in pain I am not sick and when I couldn't do it I stopped.. Why must he think because I am pregnant I cant do anything, Its kinda nice at first but now I just want to do stuff.. I know my limits..... Sigh end rant
7 lbs 7 oz 21" 11/4/12 2:11 pmThank you Kiliki for my amazing Siggy!!!
No peach pie for him! I'll take his serving But on a serious note...I'm sorry he's being stinky. That's no fun. I do understand it to some extent though. If they had you on restrictions for work I could see how he would be concerned. Keep your chin up though. He's just being protective over his peanut already . Jason's the same way....thinks I can't carry in the groceries. Um....since when is eggs and bread heavy?
I'm of two minds on this... I try to avoid even lifting my dog (20lb) when pregnant, although I was deadlifting nearly 95lb just before I got pregnant at the gym (and working on upping that number!).
But he shouldnt have yelled at you, either;
Well, I'm glad he's concerned but he shouldn't yell at you! My DH is the opposite. He expects me to do everything the same as before I was pregnant and sometimes I need a little help and he gets all huffy.