Clearing up my vomit overtime I don't make it to the toilet.... Happens a lot... All the cooking, cleaning, washing and drying gets done too... Although I still pitch in when feeling well enough and I do the ironing too.
Does not let me do the dishwasher, or the hoovering. And brings me cups of tea in bed When I had morning sickness he did everything around the house and kept me supplied with fizzy sweets and ice pops. He's a star!
Just generally doing things I can't do due to feeling so tired and yucky all the time, but I think it's the way he's just doing it when he can see I'm not feeling great. I went out yesterday and was dreading doing all the cleaning etc but I came home to a spotless house and an empty wash basket :-) Treated him to a takeaway to say thank you x
Nope, husband has been more worried for himself than me for the entire pregnancy (38 weeks now). In fact, the other day I asked for his hand to help me off the sofa and his response was, "oh come on!" as in roll your eyes oh come on. This has been a terribly lonely 9 months for me. Cherish your lovely partners if they are doing nice things for you.
Ive also been pregnant in a long term relationship. I would rather be a single mum then pregnant with an unsupportive partner.
He couldnt even be bothered to get up gor my 12 week scan. I was terrified as I'd had a MMC only a few months before. He did nothing when i was pregnant. I even climbed in the loft at 36 & 38 weeks pregnant to get the Christmas decorations down.
The day the baby was born, he left the hospital within 2 hours cos he was tired...
No partner here, but some very supportive friends and colleagues.
My friends and I have a shared hobby we do most weekends, and for the past few months I've not been allowed to lift a thing or do anything strenuous.
Then today at work my manager let me know she has arranged for a special parking space for me because I start and finish late, and so have been having to park far from the office, on a wet, muddy, unlit patch of grass. I know this is partly their not wanting to be sued if I slip and fall, but she's being nice about it, not appearing to do it because she feels she has to, so she gets some points.