Raising multiples. It’s tough, right? You, mom*, are making most of the day to day decisions about discipline, activities, spiritual teaching, routines, eating, and so on. Even a relatively involved spouse can let these continual parenting choices pass by unnoticed. That is, until you make a decision he* disagrees with. Or until he notices something about the kids that concerns him. Then you might hear stuff like this:“He’s four. Why can’t he stay in his seat?”
“I don’t want my kid to be labeled. Don’t get her tested.”
“Why did you spend so much on registration fees?”
“You need to teach them to share.”
“Why are you researching all these schools? I want them to go to my alma mater.”
“You’re too easy on them.”
“You’re too hard on them.”Cue the argument. Maybe he had his chance to give input three weeks ago and he shrugged and said, “Whatever is cheapest.” Or perhaps you are particularly tired and can’t believe he’s nitpicking instead of…
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