Okay yeah I get you, like
Yes - He does
Yes - she does
Yes - but he thinks he's a hero
Yes - but she thinks she deserves shoes
And so and so forth?
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24-10-2010 08:35 #141
24-10-2010 09:10 #142
yeah - that's it
24-10-2010 09:20 #143
Fair enough. Honestly I forgot that there might be any men using the site it wouldn't have occurred to me.
But I suppose men are parents too
25-10-2010 13:19 #144Senior Member
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Yeas, and so are lesbians!
26-10-2010 14:42 #145
Yeah my DH helps out a bit. He's a hands on Dad so no worries there, but housework he doesnt do except for the dishes.
26-10-2010 14:48 #146
Pretty much never
I answered "only with plenty of reminding"
But I can't be bothered reminding most of the time, so I almost might as well have answered never
26-10-2010 14:59 #147Senior Member
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poor guy works a lot and somehow has ended up doing most of the housework lately.. ive been so tired i need a nap every day and my morning sickness has finally kicked in grrr...
but the only thing he does extremely poorly is cooking.. usually he just cooks pies or something.
26-10-2010 16:03 #148
I voted 'other'. He's willing, but not so competent, lol. And sometimes I do need to remind him to rinse and stack the plates / put his dirty clothes in the laundry basket instead of on the bedroom floor / vacuum more often than once every four months / squeeze the toothpaste from the bottom of the tube, but he feels so bad about forgetting that usually I just bite my tongue and sort it myself. Hmm... maybe he's smarter than I give him credit for.
Also, he does pretty much all the gardening. So I will just shut up now
27-10-2010 12:52 #149
Mine does help, when I remind him a thousand times and sound like a fishwife in the process. Then he expects to be treated as a God for doing so, and in the process he's made more mess than he's cleaned up!
27-10-2010 13:33 #150
I'm so jealous of those women who said yes... Lol.. Hubby is the 'worker' in the family, and I am the one home with the kids, so he believes it's my 'job' to do everything around the house, as well as everything for the kids. I think the only thing he does is vacuum occasionally on a Saturday if he is not working, because I refuse to do it if he is here .
I have been both a 'working parent' and a non working parent, and I think being at home with the kids is a lot harder than going to work. But, in saying that, I wouldn't change it for anything. At least I know all the jobs are getting done properly . Who knows, maybe he might help more once baby number 3 arrives...??
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