Gulp! I'm just sharing my anxiety about my hubby coming home after being in Haiti for 2 weeks on a medical mission. I was really happy about his coming home on Sunday (2/1) until yesterday. I texted him about the kids not helping me (14 and 16) with cleaning the house and laundry, and he called all the way from Haiti to yell at all 3 of us! "Can't you 3 get along? I'm here in Haiti working like a dog and getting eaten by every bug known to man, and you guys are acting like idiots"! Man, he had a point! Now I'm worried he will carry his anger with him when he comes home. Should I put up "WELCOME HOME" decorations to make him feel special? I know he'd love the sentiment. What do you think? Asking for advice.
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