Mother Writes An Open Letter To Her Husband - Leaves Him With All 6 Kids

One Illinois working mom was delighted to get a chance for a short weekend vacation with friends. Her husband, who is rarely home, apparently had no idea what he was in for when he agreed to take over the domestic duties. She left him a funny warning note that has been going viral.

The husband works 12 hour days, then spends his weekends working on a major project: he's building a house for the family. The mother, Meghan Oeser, after work and on weekends, is in charge of the family's six children. She wanted to give him a heads-up of what to expect while she was gone.

"Nighttime, daytime, breakfast time, and somewhere around lunchtime can easily be mistaken for pure HELL, with Satan coming off as a My Little Pony in comparison," she warned.

“Dinner will suck. Bailey will want pizza, while Harper will ask for hot dogs," she wrote, knowing the routine by heart. "Quinn will cry when you say the word hot dog and will insist on mac [and] cheese (but not the orange kind or the white kind, but the purple kind). We’ll be fresh out of the purple kind, so she’ll then ask for toast."

"You’ll already have started making mac [and] cheese for Penny, but since she heard Quinn ask for toast, she’ll also want that toast. You’ll end up tossing the mac [and] cheese because Bailey got the stomach flu [five] years ago after eating the orange kind, and Harper prefers the white kind," Oeser continues. By now, her husband must be shaking in his boots, because this is only dinner time on Friday night his wife has covered.

Bedtime is even scarier. "As they lie in their beds, they’ll then realize that their tiny mouths are on God damned fire, and they’ll act as if they’ve just walked 800 f--king miles through the Sahara. They will come down… one by one… every God damned 5 minutes… for water," she explains. "Don’t let ANYONE use Quinn’s pink Elsa cup. If she sees this, she will lose her holy sh-t."

Breakfast isn't looking much better in the Oeser household. "Get coffee. LOTS of coffee. You’ll need it," the mother says before describing the war of the spoons, the frequent need for drinks and potty breaks, and the complaints about everything.

Mom wishes dad a 'good luck' before signing off and heading out the door. Dad probably stood there wondering if it was too late to change his mind.

Source: Little Things
Photo: Facebook/Meghan Maza Oeser

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