Wouldn't know where to start, or how to start explaining. But, hope some of the guys that's been through this can give me words of wisdom, or prayers.
So, my wife is 5 months into her pregnancy and her bump is clearly there. I mean... it's a good size. She gets exhausted quite easily, her mood does swing a bit. She wants to eat all sorts of things and wants it to be healthy (of course). So, I do a lot of the shopping for food, chores at home since she has trouble bending over and standing back up. And three little toy yappers that she'd rather divorce me than get rid of them (married the wife, married the dogs). Those little dogs has to stay indoors since we live in a townhome.
Can't argue with her, since she seems like she'll faint once we get 1minute into our heated debate. So, I keep my mouth shut and walk away.
It's honestly quite frustrating that the messes never end since we bought our new home couple months ago and still getting the last bits together, endless meals of fresh home cooking that I do(going out to eat every night is budget blowing), her cooking is great, but her cleanup skills in the kitchen just isn't up to par, work, prep for upcoming child...etc.
It's numbing my mind out... and btw, my mother-in-law will be coming in a month to stay for couple months. Nothing wrong in our relations, but I've never lived with someone not my parents, or my wife.
Take it as a rant (aka complaint), or I'll just say a thanks for reading this far. Hopefully I'm not the only one that's been through this, that can give me some words that'll carry me through sanely. And, hearing about the lack of sleep I'll be getting in the future, diapers I have to blow through, though I don't get a lot of sleep already....
Not sure what to think, mind is numb, work is hectic... I'll support my family through this definitely, but this situation is quite something.
Everything was quite smooth before that bump, I'm thankful we have a boy coming into our lives, but this period is crazy.
I know the Lord won't put me through something that I can't conquer.