I think I'm losing it.
Everything seems to be going wrong right now and the stress is making me handle every little set-back emotionally. Either by anger or tears.
Yesterday, I found out that EX's car accidents are showing up under my name, so now I am having to deal with disputing the mistake, which looks like it will take 2 months. So, so much for getting decent new quotes before my next insurance term is up in a few weeks.
I was told that DS10's math book is missing. So about $100 if we can't find it. I've looked all over, I don't think it's at the house. EX swears it's not at his house. I'm going to clear out closets tonight. Guess who will end up paying if it's not found. Me!
Then, both boys are getting surgeries next week. I told the urologist's office that they need to contact me. I am the custodial parent and that they keep calling EX (since the urgent care had his number listed first and they referred us), but to change it to me. They said they would. I called yesterday to check on pre-ops, etc... They said they would call me today.
The hospital called EX instead. He only talked to someone about one of the two kids and he didn't ask any of the questions I needed answered and he didn't have anyone's contact information for me to call back.
I called the Dr's office pretty upset. I told them that I told them that I gave them my phone number, that I am the custodial parent and I am the one dealing with their health issues and will need the pre-op instructions since I will have the kids with me. She put me on hold for a long time and then said someone would call me back. No answers.
I then got off the phone and started crying.
These aren't big deals...but I am sick of sharing the kids. I am sick of not knowing half of what is going on in their lives. I am sick of DS13 coming home Sunday night after obviously not bathing or brushing his teeth since he left my house Friday morning.
I still have to take care of 100% of the responsibilities of the kids, but with only having them 60% of the time.
I am unhappy, depressed and anxious.