DP is an absolute gem. DD is 5 months old and he still does the majority of things around the house as well as working full time. We have used cloth exclusively since birth and I would guess I've done less than 10 loads of nappies since she was born. He does 90% of the cooking, and a good 50% of the cleaning.
In the early days he wouldn't leave the room without first filling up my water bottle and seeing if I needed any snacks etc. He would get up at 5am with her almost every day so I could get a bit of quiet sleep until she needed a feed and would get up and just sit with me during the night while she fed and I cried lol.
When she was 3 weeks old I had a PPH and spent 4 nights in hospital. On top of cleaning up all of my blood and lemon sized clots that were through the house, he didn't leave my side for the 4 days we were in hospital. He showered me, changed my pads, held DD to my breast when I couldn't do it myself, expressed for me, fed me and walked the corridors with DD in the ergo pretty much constantly so I could sleep.
While I think he is so amazing he doesn't see how much he does for us as anything special because he considers being home with a 5 month old all day every day to be a much harder job than his. I'm also feeding/soothing her many, many times through the night still and I don't get a chance to nap through the day which he knows can be tough so he tries to let me chill out as much he can when he is home.
I think I'm very lucky, not because I expect men to be anything less than wonderful but just because I've met someone with whom I make a great team. We really appreciate what the other does.