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The life of a wife # 3

Why, Why, Why......

Why is there a stereotype of men are babies when they become sick....

Because they are when men come down with the flu or a fever they become a baby in a since of they cant go to work they have to be catered to because on a everyday basis they are the man of the house going out working hard making the money for the home. So when they get sick it hits them hard. Because there always going, going, going and while there doing that if there not eating right or taking vitamins they get hit hard with a cold or the flu because there immune system is low and beaten down from all the work they been doing.

But what I don't understand is why when some men get sick they become a grumpy baby who doesn't want to be taken care of or think they can do everything and don't need the help but at the same time whine because there body hurts there cold there hot and can you get me this and get me that.
When my fiance get sick its a hole nother level of grumpy whinny baby.lol I love him but everytime I know he's gonna get sick because he starts slowing down.he's usually a fast moving guy who rarely where's lots of layers of clothes when its cold out. So when I notice something different in him I usually start pumping him up with lots of fruits and vegetables and vitamins because all I need is to have 3 kids for a week. lol

Now when a women is sick or should I say wife/mother comes down with a cold or flu the world does not stop. A wife/mother still has to take care of the kids and take care of the household. Know time for being sick and whinny everybody still needs you so how come men can just break down and it be ok.but women cant what a stereotype. But is still true to its word.

~Now that's life.TheFLandF.~

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