Lol, this thread has perfect timing since I am currently really angry at my DP and I really could use the prompter to think of all the good things he does and not dwell on the bad. So here goes:
* He gets up before me every morning and stokes up the fire so that I get out of bed into a warm room (he knows how much I cant handle the cold).
* He cooks and cleans and we share the housework.
* He took a week off the week before last and did months worth of renovations to our new house in that one week.
* He always stops off at the shops on his way home from work if I tell him we need something.
* He supports my animal hobby. And he often encourages it. So far he has aviaries, a 4 ft fish tank and two lorikeets lined up for us. (but hey, I support his football).
* He fully supports my plan to stay at home when bubs is born and do uni instead of going back to work.
* He kisses me goodbye every morning.
* He tells me that I'm always sexy and will be even when my stomach blocks my view of my toes.
Yeah, I do love him, even if he is a gigantic dill brain.
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28-05-2012 10:02 #21
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28-05-2012 10:21 #23
- calls me "my beautiful one"
- when I was working I used to get flowers for no reason at work
- makes me breakfast in bed
- in fact, cooks all the meals
- will clean the house without being asked to
- buys me anything I need
- gives me his jumper if I'm cold
- gets really crabby when I complain about how fat I am
- lets me sleep in
- cuddles me all night
There's probably more but that's all I can think of ATM.
Most of all...he loves me for some strange reason!
28-05-2012 10:25 #24Senior Member
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Great idea for a thread!!! My DH does so much for me
- does all the dishes because he knows I hate doing them
- on his one day off during the week he cleans the entire house while I'm at work
- buys me chocolate and brings it home for me <3
- is such a hands on amazing dad
- watches my trashy reality tv shows with me even though he claims he doesn't like them
28-05-2012 10:25 #25
What a great thread!
He works so hard and puts in many long hours to provide for our family.
He recently bought me a few things for the house because it would make my life easier.
Yesterday I was exhausted so he made me lunch, sent me off for a nap and entertained the girls for a few hours, bathed them, put them in their pjs and then helped me prepare dinner.
He helps me do the grocery shopping every weekend because he knows how hard it is to get done with a newborn and a 3 and a half year old.
He treats DD1 like she is his own child.
He tells me he appreciates everything I do around the house and says he'd never be able to do what I do.
He tells me I look great even though I still have a few extra kgs of baby weight, don't get time for a shower til the evenings and live in pjs at the moment.
He really is great and I'm lucky to have him!
28-05-2012 10:27 #26
Aw i love these threads
DH is the best (sorry ladies he really is )
He puts us first all the time, never complains, is always thinking of how he can best manage things, careful with money, plugging away at the renovations... he's the best father i could ever wish for the kids and has been my rock and strength through PND, even when he hadn't a clue what was going on. He truly is the best man I have ever known (and I made him cry one day when i told him that one day) I feel like the luckiest girl in the world some days (and some days i would like to gently throttle him lol)
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28-05-2012 10:32 #27
My DF is the mostest awesomest
Every weekday morning he makes me breakfast and espresso coffee.
If DD is being a whingy little sod then he takes her so I can rest.
He cooks dinner most nights.
He is always affectionate and loving.
He is super duper smart.
He is amazingly handy around the house and has done everything from laying concrete slabs, rennovating the bathroom, digging up and relaying down pipes and storm water drainage, installed new walls and ceilings.
He's very manly and a good country boy (read: removes creepy crawlies on demand and goes downstairs in the dark to put washing on).
And I got him off the internet
28-05-2012 11:38 #28
28-05-2012 11:54 #29
He is immensely faithful
he doesn't drink, smoke or party
he's not intimidated by my strong personality, but rather sees it a an asset to him and the family
he buys me choccies and little gifts to cheer me up when another failed ttc month goes by
he is down to earth, logical ...and socialist
he's a good father
28-05-2012 12:08 #30-
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He works crappy hours to provide for our family.
He does majority of the house work and laundry, even between shifts.
He is a good cook, and will cook AND do the dishes on nights where he is home
He has FINALLY agreed to build a house (big brownie points for that ATM )
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