Still on desk duty and working from home. There is really nothing exciting to report work-wise. But things have been getting pretty rough here at home. So much so, that I’ve considered reaching out to a Rancho Cucamonga divorce attorney and ending my marriage to Greg.
I know I’m 8 months pregnant and we have two little girls together, but this man is driving me insane and I don’t know if we are actually supposed to be together anymore. Now that he knows I’ve been working as a secret agent but have been put on desk duty, he throws it in my face constantly.
Before he knew I was working, he thought I was a stay-at-home mom. But now, suddenly there is a problem with the fact that I’m working, but from home? I still only work at night after my girls go to bed because they’re too young to know what their mommy does for a living.
But when I’m working, Greg will come into my office and pick a fight about literally anything and everything under the moon. Oh, I didn’t do the dishes before I sat down to work, what about his work shirt, did I pick it up from the dry cleaner? Like honey, you’re a fully-capable adult, go get your own dry cleaning.
I think he may be feeling a little inferior given the nature of my work and learning how much money I make. Suddenly, he wants separate bank accounts, and we haven’t been sleeping together in bed for almost a month now.
I know I should give it some time, and give him some time to adjust to what I do for a living, but being around him has just been so unbearable lately. I wonder though, how I would still be able to work and take care of my kids if we did divorce. That nagging thought is in the back of my head constantly.
But it’s also not a reason to stay in an unhappy marriage. I don’t want all of this arguing to continue on and have an impact on that bonding time I’ll have with my new baby. The last thing the baby needs is to be brought into the world to parents arguing nonstop.
The clock is ticking until my due date at the end of November, and I am giving it a couple more weeks to decide where this marriage will go from here.