It’s a phrase not uttered often, but one writer is saying it’s the mantra she lives by.“I love my kids and I would do anything for them. But I love my husband more.”
In a recent article on YourTango, Amber Doty writes: “Eight and a half months into our marriage, while we were still getting comfortable in our roles as husband and wife, we suddenly became mom and dad. I won’t say that our son was poorly planned—we were both anxious to start our family—but I will say that in hindsight becoming a mother in the same year that you become a wife is not for the weak.
The first year of our son’s life was the most difficult of our marriage to date and it is also the year I learned a very important lesson: My husband must always come before our children."
She goes on to say that in a recent survey, half of experts polled believe that wives should prioritize their husbands over their kids.
Unsurprisingly, many parents are less than impressed. But does Doty have a point?
“There’s no question that