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A disgruntled husband has revealed why he ended his marriage after his wife’s obsession with taking picture-perfect snaps for Instagram completely consumed her life.

The dad said he made the tough decision to leave the “mummy influencer” because he was “sick of everything needing to match her aesthetic” in their family home.

“I know it seems like a dumb thing to end my marriage over. But after dealing with this for so long I’m finally done,” he wrote in a Reddit thread.

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The man said his wife has always wanted everything to “look nice” – but things took a turn for the worse after she gained 400,000 followers following the birth of their daughter.

“Ever since then I feel like I don’t live in a house, I live in an Instagram photo shoot. There can’t be any proof we actually live here,” he admitted.

“My wife stresses so much about things looking good that she doesn’t actually enjoy the moment.”

A husband has revealed why he ended his marriage after his wife’s obsession with taking picture-perfect snaps for Instagram completely consumed her life. Credit: Getty Images/Westend61

The dad said the couple, both aged in their 30s, had a heated argument after their baby daughter hit a major milestone.

“She started a fight with me right after our daughter took her first steps because I had put my drink down on the table behind her and it’s “all she could see” and how she’d need to edit it out of the video,” he explained.

“She called me a selfish pr**k for putting my drink down on a coffee table to watch my daughter take her first steps.”

‘Doesn’t match her aesthetic’

He said their daughter’s bedroom is just a “mass of beige and cream” with “barely any toys”.

“My wife refuses to buy her any toys that don’t match her ‘aesthetic’,” he said.

His mum decided to take her granddaughter to a store so she could pick out her favourite toy.

“She picked out this doll house and she got all of the dolls and furniture,” the dad said.

“But my wife told her she had to keep it at my mother’s house because there was ‘no place for it at home’ – she absolutely had room for it.”

The dad said he made the tough decision to leave the “mummy influencer” because he was “sick of everything needing to match her aesthetic” in their family home. Credit: Getty Images/Cavan Images RF

After ending his marriage, his wife was “convinced” he was leaving her for another woman because he was having an affair.

“But I’m not,” he said.

‘I live in a museum where I can’t touch anything’

“I just can’t keep feeling like I live in a museum where I can’t touch or move anything, I can’t even build a blanket fort with my kid without my wife flipping out that they’re ‘decorative blankets’ that she had folded a special way.

“I’m not going to force my daughter to live in an “aesthetic”.

The dad said he even tried to encourage her to seek professional help but she insisted her obsession with Instagram wasn’t a “problem so she doesn’t need any therapy”.

After sharing his dilemma, many were shocked about his wife’s behaviour while others applauded him for saving his daughter from feeling like she’s “never good enough” when she’s older.

‘Children aren’t props’

“My mum was a parenting blogger in the early 2000s and her splashing my personal life all over the internet really strained our relationship when I got older and realised what a violation of my privacy that was,” one said.

“Children aren’t props, and that’s exactly what your wife is using your daughter for.”

While another added: “My mother raised me in a house that we weren’t allowed to live in. It was not fun.

“In fact, I still don’t talk to her, and her house is probably still spotless and empty, and her life devoid of love. It’s sad, really, when parents put strangers over their own family. I don’t blame you for wanting to bounce.”


A disgruntled husband has revealed why he ended his marriage after his wife’s obsession with taking picture-perfect snaps for Instagram completely consumed her life.

The dad said he made the tough decision to leave the “mummy influencer” because he was “sick of everything needing to match her aesthetic” in their family home.

“I know it seems like a dumb thing to end my marriage over. But after dealing with this for so long I’m finally done,” he wrote in a Reddit thread.

For more Relationships related news and videos check out Relationships >>

The man said his wife has always wanted everything to “look nice” – but things took a turn for the worse after she gained 400,000 followers following the birth of their daughter.

“Ever since then I feel like I don’t live in a house, I live in an Instagram photo shoot. There can’t be any proof we actually live here,” he admitted.

“My wife stresses so much about things looking good that she doesn’t actually enjoy the moment.”

A husband has revealed why he ended his marriage after his wife’s obsession with taking picture-perfect snaps for Instagram completely consumed her life. Credit: Getty Images/Westend61

The dad said the couple, both aged in their 30s, had a heated argument after their baby daughter hit a major milestone.

“She started a fight with me right after our daughter took her first steps because I had put my drink down on the table behind her and it’s “all she could see” and how she’d need to edit it out of the video,” he explained.

“She called me a selfish pr**k for putting my drink down on a coffee table to watch my daughter take her first steps.”

‘Doesn’t match her aesthetic’

He said their daughter’s bedroom is just a “mass of beige and cream” with “barely any toys”.

“My wife refuses to buy her any toys that don’t match her ‘aesthetic’,” he said.

His mum decided to take her granddaughter to a store so she could pick out her favourite toy.

“She picked out this doll house and she got all of the dolls and furniture,” the dad said.

“But my wife told her she had to keep it at my mother’s house because there was ‘no place for it at home’ – she absolutely had room for it.”

The dad said he made the tough decision to leave the “mummy influencer” because he was “sick of everything needing to match her aesthetic” in their family home. Credit: Getty Images/Cavan Images RF

After ending his marriage, his wife was “convinced” he was leaving her for another woman because he was having an affair.

“But I’m not,” he said.

‘I live in a museum where I can’t touch anything’

“I just can’t keep feeling like I live in a museum where I can’t touch or move anything, I can’t even build a blanket fort with my kid without my wife flipping out that they’re ‘decorative blankets’ that she had folded a special way.

“I’m not going to force my daughter to live in an “aesthetic”.

The dad said he even tried to encourage her to seek professional help but she insisted her obsession with Instagram wasn’t a “problem so she doesn’t need any therapy”.

After sharing his dilemma, many were shocked about his wife’s behaviour while others applauded him for saving his daughter from feeling like she’s “never good enough” when she’s older.

‘Children aren’t props’

“My mum was a parenting blogger in the early 2000s and her splashing my personal life all over the internet really strained our relationship when I got older and realised what a violation of my privacy that was,” one said.

“Children aren’t props, and that’s exactly what your wife is using your daughter for.”

While another added: “My mother raised me in a house that we weren’t allowed to live in. It was not fun.

“In fact, I still don’t talk to her, and her house is probably still spotless and empty, and her life devoid of love. It’s sad, really, when parents put strangers over their own family. I don’t blame you for wanting to bounce.”

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