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    Default Does your hubby/partner help around the house?

    I'm really lucky. My husband loves to cook so he cooks most nights and is happy to do the laundry. If he can see I'm worn out he will also do other things around the house.

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    only if i remind him, i cook tea and do dishes everyday, plus washing/vacuuming and mopping whilst he is at work. i try to get him to help when he gets home but he does 14hour shifts so i sometimes feel guilty to nag him.

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    yup mine does squat! we have two kids and now a 3rd on the way and he expects to be treated like another kid cooked, cleaned, showered(talked to in shower) appointments booked everything i have to do would be ok if he didnt tell people he always does stuff, that dries me nuts cos in 8 years he has wahed dishes twice and gotten out of bed for kids maybe 12 times in total pi*^%s me off.

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    Default Does your hubby/partner help around the house?

    Mine has been doing EVERYTHING since I became pregnant. He helped before, but could be a bit whingey or competitive about it. Now he refuses to let me help. It's very reassuring for when bub arrives.

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    Nope. He's just got a job that pays well and has now cut me off after my parents and myself have carried him for 18 months. No longer spends time with his son always off getting drunk. When I became pregnant he reverted to being an animal. I am so happy that some of you have decent partners and husbands. So happy for your kids. Yay to decent parents

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    that sucks Jillibilli

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    RIght now my beautiful husband is cleaning the house. I did the dishes and kitchen this morning and he has ordered me to sit down relax and put a cold pack on my head. He is such a wonderful sweet man, I can't imagine having any other husband. So in love with my man.

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    I wish, being a WAHM he seems to think that I can do everything around the house while working and looking after a 1 yr old and 2 year old

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    Default Does your hubby/partner help around the house?

    My partner doesnt really help much around the house!..

    I distribute Penny Miller Catalogues, which see me walk easy 4 hours per week with 2 kids aged 8months & 4 years plus do everything @ home, including taking the bins out!..

    He does mow the lawn, that's only if his dad hasnt already done so!..

    So in other words my partner is a lazy sh#t, but I luv him!.. O_o

    Oh sorry he does bath the boys every other day!..

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    I voted Yes Dh is great with helping around the house. He works away but when he's at home he does everything (not literally but he does dishes, vacuums, mops, cooks, laundry). I can't complain. I think the reason he's so good and grateful when I do domestic things is because when we met I was a total airhead and couldn't/wouldn't/didn't do much in the way of domesticity. Now when I do cook and clean he is pretty appreciative and thinks I'm some sort of domestic goddess


 

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