A full time mom

By | August 22, 2017

I just don’t understand my husband. He simply does not appreciate me and all the work I do at home with the kids. To be honest, I am pretty sure that my husband does not realize how tough it is to be {a housewife. Before I had the kids I used to hold down a full time job, but this is honestly much more difficult and many women agree with me, London escorts of https://www.cityofeve.org.

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I never seem to be off my feet, and I am always running around after the kids. Clearing up after our three children seems to take up the biggest part of my day, and sometimes I end up feeling like a slave to my family. To be honest I am getting sick of it and I want my husband to appreciate all the hard work I do in the home. The problem I am not sure how to do that, but I wonder if I should just leave the washing to pile up.

It is not easy to be a house wife. My husband does not contribute at all, and I am getting really fed up. Why won’t he just appreciate me, and all the work I do at home with the kids? It is so frustrating, and I wonder if I am going to go down the same route as my friend Annie. Her husband is a really busy guy. As a matter of fact, he is a London barrister and works really long hours. What I have noticed that their relationship is really different, and Annie’s husband Nick, actively participates in their home life.

Annie gave up her job when she found out that she was pregnant with their daughter. Nick was over the moon with the news, and he seemed to really revel in fatherhood. My husband was never really like that and I often wonder if that is the difference. When I am around Annie’s place, I always notice what an active dad Nick is to his daughter. Perhaps it depends on that he is a bit older, but this guy certainly has a lot of time for his family.

The little girl is 13 now, and Nick always seem to be taking his daughter somewhere. Nick is a keen rower, and is a member of a local rowing club. Every Saturday morning come rain or shine, he takes his daughter down to the club. He rows with one team and she rows with the junior team. I think that is great, and I have to say that I am a bit envious.

I also notice that other responsibilities are shared. If the breakfast dishes needs clearing away Nick does, and if the dog has been sick on the floor he mops it up. On top of that, he always encourages Annie to take time out and do things for herself. She goes to art and yoga classes at London escorts. Well, there is no wonder – they have a cleaning twice a week.