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10 Things My Husband Hates That I Blogged About

By Lori Garcia |

Since the launch of my itty bitty blog, my husband has been my illustrator, IT dude, troll defender, and sometimes reader. As a blog widower he came to understand that my blog became the 3rd wheel in our marriage.

As a notoriously private individual, there were things about blog culture my husband had difficulty understanding but through it all he’s pretty much managed to roll with it, probably a helluva lot better than I’d be able to if the tables were turned.

That doesn’t mean my blog hasn’t caused rifts between us. After 13 years of marriage and years of blogging, our relationship has had to find a way to rise above the satire and commentary associated with putting it all out there for the masses.

Allow me to reopen some old blog wounds and share the 10 things my husband hates that I blogged about.

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Blogger Shares 10 Things Her Husband Hates She Blogged About

His annual midlife crisis

This B.S. happens every. damn. year. So after 17 years together I finally exposed him for putting me through this annual hell.

Wifey disclaimer: Big Daddy P, you are the ruler of my black, black heart. For you, I’d walk to the ends of the earth - or at least away from my laptop. Mad love XO.

Fess up! What does your partner hate that you’ve blogged about? Feel free to add links!

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Lori Garcia is a writer and mother of two living and loving in Southern California. When she's not fussing with her bangs, you can find her shaking her groove thing on her personal blog, Mommyfriend where she almost never combines true tales of motherhood and mayhem with her degree in child development. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lori's latest posts →

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6 thoughts on “10 Things My Husband Hates That I Blogged About

  1. Paula @lkg4sweetspot says:

    Awesome! It is really great that you have the courage to write about all of it (I totally get the one about hubs not reading your blog! ) On a side note, I was wondering where our Darth Vader mask went…

  2. Danielle says:

    Lori I love this post! My husband is the exact same way! He loves that I love my job but if I even say the word BLOG when he is home from work that is like cue for World War 3!

  3. anna @ HaHas for HooHas says:

    Oh my – how I can relate my friend. My series “Conversations with My Husband” has left semi-strangers approaching my husband and asking questions like, “So, how does it feel to have a bunch of women laughing at the fact you really suck at cleaning the kitchen and flushing the toilet?”

    He knew what he was getting in to …

  4. merelymothers says:

    thanks for this, lori! Love your honesty and candor! :)

  5. Jess says:

    My son saw the last picture and started blabbing about how it’s like his Darth Vader costume! My husband is worse than the kids sometimes. He gets them all riled up. One time he was teaching them how to tackle (my oldest is now 4!) and told them if you can’t get them down take out thier knees. Nice.
    I can relate, and my husband would FREAK OUT if I even write a FB staus update that he was in!

  6. Abby says:

    Too funny! Your husband’s a good sport. Mine got so upset about the littlest criticism on my blog — like the fact that he’s a slob — that I stopped writing about him and figured readers now assume I’m a single parent. He’s getting a little better about it, though.

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