this weekend the wife is finishing up laying the floor on the second story and she’s working for her client that she claims will never let her quit.
The children and I went to the park twice yesterday and I wished I haven’t come home between park times. Here’s what happened.
They were playing in the back yard and I heard the little boy starting to cry like his sister was picking on him, which is normal. I try to let them work it out because they have to learn how to do that so when he came in crying and shut the door, I figured that it was alright because at least they were separated. After a couple of minutes, I heard the little girl trying to come in and I realized that the little boy had lock his sister out of the house, something we both told him is not okay.
I unlocked the door and his sister said that he had locked her out.
Without thinking, which I know that I’m not the best as, I gave him a small spank on the bottom and told him that he’s not supposed to lock his sister out of the house.
Just after that, the wife says from upstairs, "You realized what just happened don’t you? He was trying to protect himself from his sister the only way he knows how and you told him it’s not okay. That’s the message he got".
I’m still pissed off about that and when I call the little boy and he doesn’t answer me so I have to yell a little louder because I don’t always know where he is, all she does is yell back at him "answer your daddy".
She’s going to have surgery in a week and a half to remove a bone spur that she’s had since she was 17. It took her years of pain before she actually decided to see the doctor about it so after her surgery, they told her that she won’t be fully recovered for 6 months to a year. that means no working on the house or working in the yard and she says "it’ll be interesting to have a year where I just focus on myself" and I thought internally "what will she discover"?