How is um Cate gone. What'sgoing on? How long is she--
- I think 30 days, and then ifshe--if the psychiatrist
suggests that, you know,"You should probably
stay longer," or--- Yeah.
And she went'cause she wanted to go.
- She so wanted to go.She just said,
"I don't want to feellike this anymore."
She's still having a hard time,because I told her--I said,
"I'm gonna be honestwith you, honey."
I said, "I can't do thisfor the rest of my life.
That's allI'm telling you right now."
- Well, sure.- And she told me.
She was like,"No. I don't either."
I said, "Because this wholefirst year of marriage
and this whole first yearof being a parent--"
- Right, right.- It is so opposite
of what I thought.
I would say it's--I thinkI started noticing things
when Nova was, like,around three months old.
I started noticing, like, her,you know, just--
- Starting to get--- But I didn't know.
You're a new mom--I don't know what you're doing.
I eventually go and take Novawith me to wake her up by noon.
I'm like, "Okay.You know what, dude?
Get your ass up."- Noon, really?
It's going on for that--okay.- Noon.
Dude, I opened the door,and there she is in the blanket,
watching Netflix in our room,
and I'm just like,"What are you doing?"
I said, "You know,it's okay to admit
you weren't ready to be a mom,"
and she just kept saying--I felt so bad for her.
She kept crying. She was like,"Why am I so [bleep] up,"
and, "Look at me.It's affecting you,
and it's affecting my mom,and it's affecting--"
And she's like,"I just [bleep] everybody up."
- Oh, that's not good.- I'm like, "Honey,
you don't [bleep] everybody up."