Letter to my Husband

My First Blog Post is dedicated to my dear. Today I relized that I take my husband for granted. I was unknowingly undermining his ability to parent and take care of our children in my absence. This morning I could tell he was upset about something, so I decided to ask him what was bothering him. He told me he felt as if I did not trust him with our children. He stated I seem to always want to be in control when it comes to our boys, like I do not give him the chance to handle them. I did not realize I always stepped in and took over when it came to our kids. I should be grateful that I have a husband that wants to help, who wants learn to parent and give me some free time away from our boys. So from this day forward, I will take some “me” time. I do not take care of myself like I should. My life revolves around my kids and my husband. But in order to be 100 percent for them, I need to take care of myself as well. I will not take my husband for granted, he is a awesome husband and my boys adore him. He does so much for us and I appreciate him for that. To my loving husband you are amazing, you are a awesome provider, you are my best friend, you are corny :), you are sexy and amazingly intelligent. I am so glad you got out that car that day. Love your wife

Ladies out there be sure to let your husband parent your children, be sure to let them know you appreciate them and what they do for you and your family. We are all SUPER MOMs, but let dad be SUPER for once. !!


2 Comments on “Letter to my Husband

  1. I am the same way. My hubby helps so much. He is off work on Fridays and usually spends time from morning till evening with our son on Friday and Saturday so I can get some me time. However I find myself always nagging and sabotaging his time with our son who is 18 months. I always find fault and I can’t stop. Like I want to be the one in control.

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    • It’s hard not to be in control. But we have to let our husband try even if we as mothers have a better way of doing things


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