Hi! I recently got custody of my 14 month old grandson, and with all the lifestyle adjustments I'm going through, my husband doesn't quite understand. He is my second husband, so he is not the bio grandad. I feel he married me with my kids and all that comes along with it. He expects me to still have all my housework done,and doesn't see that my time is pretty much taken up. This just adds to my stress.He's very resentful I think of our lifestyle change,we don't even get time for ourselves on the weekends. We have no one to help us out! I do take him to day care a few hours each day, which I felt very guilty about at first. I think he's feeling neglected, just like biological dads too at first. Anyone have similar circumstances. Any advice?
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