When LO was first born DH was getting home at like 5:00 or 5:30.... Now he's back to getting home at 6:30 or 7:00 which is when I'm trying to do a nighttime feeding, bath, and bedtime. I want him home earlier so he can help with the bath and maybe hold LO so I can have a break
I know he's excited to see LO when he gets home but I don't want to postpone everything too late or he.ll be awake until 10pm
My OH gets in around 7.30pm, or sometimes later, it really sucks. LO usually goes to bed between 9-10pm, although she doesn't seem tired before them so I can't 100% say that's due to the time OH gets in, if we try to put her down earlier when she's not tired she just stands up in her cot and screams
I'm going back to work in a few weeks and OH will be staying home with her during the week and working a couple of nights at the weekend. As I get home earlier than him (around 5.45pm) we're hoping we can get her into a better routine and get her to bed earlier.
My husband usually gets home (unless he is in trial) around 6:30. He gives Jake his bath as soon as he gets home. Its their "time". Unfortunately for my husband there are nights he gets home after Jake is already sleeping.
Around 6:30AM. Leaves for work at 8:20PM....it's nice cuz me and LO get the bed to ourselves! We swap in the morning - when we get out of bed, he gets in it!
He wakes up around 7pm-ish most days, so I pretty much am the sole caretaker of my little man.
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