Our expert says:
You are indeed lucky to have a father who takes such a keen interest in caring for his children, but he should not make you feel in any way inferior or displaced. Marriage counselling would seem like a very good idea. As Maria says, discuss this calmly with him --- maybe he doesn't realize how upsetting this is for you. Maybe you can plan better between you, so you both feel better about it. If previous attempts to discuss if have tended to end in argument, this is where the value of the counsellor would come in, to keep the discussion fair and productive / constructive. SOunds like somehow he is very proud of his abilities as a parent, and feels some strong need to prove him self superior in this way.
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