I am 31. I have been married for more than a year. During this period, no one in my in-law’s family asked me if I plan to have a child. I personally discussed with my mother and planned to have a baby. He would help me and let me go to work after normal maternity leave. I live in a community with my in-laws. I usually do well. I naturally think that my in-laws and my parents will take turns to take the children after my maternity leave. I have no worries. I pick them up at night, and the elderly on both sides take turns taking them during the day. But my husband said, if I plan to , It’s best to take three years at home by yourself. Don’t work. He pays me a salary, which is about the same as my current salary. Because I earn less, he actually doesn’t earn much. It’s a thousand more than me. Don’t count on her parents. , His parents run a small shop by themselves. There is a grandma to take care of. My parents retired at home and served the elderly to the end. So my parents feel sorry that I can help me. Don’t count on his parents, and now I can’t ask his parents how they planned. , Would you like to help me? Don’t let me ask, am I asking too much? My thoughts are too selfish. I think I’ve been out of work for three years and the overall economic level of my family has come down. I am tired of my parents. It will be unbalanced, my insurance provident fund is broken, my circle of friends is gone, I am looking for a job three years later, he never mentioned the difficulties I thought about, and I now live on the fifth floor, west of the street non-school district, I Tell him that if we are able to change the house in the future, we will give the child a school district house and sell the current house. He, I think, I live in the man’s house, which is the start-up house bought by the man’s parents for our young couple. I was before marriage. I didn’t pick up on the house, and I didn’t want to move after marriage. I have a child and the marriage is stable. If possible, it is a good wish to sell the marriage house and buy a big house together with a loan. But my husband and I quarreled and said that the house is his parents. Yes, I can live, but don’t want to sell it. It’s the property of his parents. If you want to change the house, you can. I sold the wedding house. The amount of money sold is equivalent to the amount of money his parents paid. My parents have to pay the same money. I I didn’t say that my parents wouldn’t help, but I doubted my own perception that the man can only live in when he goes out to get married. Isn’t it for my small family? If I want to improve in five to ten years, my parents can also figure it out. Is the same amount of money okay? Is this view correct?