Yes it does annoy me that women expect their DH's to get up in the middle of the night for Maccas!
The only thing I have ever really 'craved' is ice cold water and ice cubes. I have no understanding of 'cravings' whatsoever. I can hardly stomach anything at all.
HOWEVER, for the first trimester of my last pregnancy and so far in this one I have been VERY sick. I expect my DH to do HEAPS more at these times. It's only for 6 weeks, it's not going to kill him and doesn't mean I am lazy or 'weak'.
If he changes DS's nappy or does the dishes or cooks a meal it is one less thing that sets me off vomiting. When I'm vomiting nearly a dozen times a day, keeping what little I can down is highly important for mine and our babies health.
The times when I am not pregnant I cook three meals a day, wash, iron and fold all of our clothes, make sure he has a nice clean house to come home to, raise his child and all the other duties that come with being a Mum and Housewife. I never ask for his help or act like a martyr.
I have still been dealing with night time wakings and early mornings with DS, making his food and putting him to bed. I try and use all the energy I have to be the best Mum possible to him. If the house is lacking and DH is doing more home duties then so be it.
I don't feel like I am milking my pregnancy at all...I would rather do 3 times the amount of housework for a year than suffer from another week of this blasted nauseas and vomiting.
Sorry a little off topic but you get that wink