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Dad asks if he was wrong to say 'I love you more than anything' to daughter.

Dad asks if he was wrong to say 'I love you more than anything' to daughter.

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Having kids can be hard on a marriage. Your sleep schedule is quickly dismantled by a cooing baby and the general stress of keeping a tiny person alive, date nights transform into potty training, and any semblance of sexuality feels like it's dried up into a ball of snot.

That being said, children can be wonderful, and many couples bond over their overwhelming love for their kids. The trick is finding a way to balance the devotion for parenting with a continued commitment to spicing up married life.

In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a dad asked if he was wrong for upsetting his wife when he told their young daughter he loves her "more than anything."

AITA for saying “I love you more than anything” to my daughter in front of my wife

OP shared that his 3-year-old daughter sometimes expresses anxiety that he'll stop loving her when she makes mistakes.

My daughter is 3, and sometimes gets scared I’ll stop loving her when she does something bad (for no good reason mind you, I make sure she always knows why I’m upset, and that I’m mad at her actions, not her). Today she bumped a glass off the table and started crying.

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