My fiance went to the bar after work yesterday. He was at the bar for about 1-1.5 hours. He seemed like he had only had a drink or two. He came home and cooked dinner. After dinner I asked him if he minded if I went tanning. He said no go ahead. Which means he had to sit with our 7 year old who is not his, and our 3 moth old daughter which is his. I came back from tanning and my 7 yr. old is watching his baby sister lay there and cry why their dad is sleeping. He didn't even wake up. My son says I tried to wake him up two times and he wolud not get up. So I wake him up and say do you hear the baby is crying. He says no. I said well Jonah tried to wake you up twice. He says no he didn't. My son says yeah I did. Mind you I was only gone for 1 hour. So I asked him if he could hold the baby while I make her a bottle. He says yeah. Well I realized I left the can of formula at my mothers house who thankfully lives down the street. So I leave to go get the formula and I come back no more than 10 minutes and he is out side smoking a ciggerette. I can hear her inside still crying. He says I can't sit her and list en to her cry anymore. Are you kidding me for 10 minutes. Its not like you do not know why she is crying. It would be different if she was crying just to cry but she is hungry. Anyone with advice please write back!!! Thanks
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