My boyfriend complains I do nothing around the house: Advice?

So I have five children oldest is 14, and my youngest just turned 5months old. I work full-time, and their dad is currently going back to college full-time. So we recently had an argument, and he states I don’t know anything literally while he cleans, does laundry (here & there) cooks supper. It’s never really on a daily basis, and his classes are two days out of the five during the week…he stays up all night and plays video games and also watches movies saying he’s doing laundry…while I get kids ready for bed: showered, clothes picked out, shoes and jackets ready and go to bed by 10 pm and wake all the kids in the morning by 6 am to have them ready by 7:30 am for the bus and daycare. I make the rent payments, car payments, insurances, and daycare bill…so am I being the b**ch and tell him to leave when he cops an attitude with me and says I’m lazy and do nothing in the house?!

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Nope. You have your hands full. He should be the one to help more since hes home all day and just goes to school

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He’s a bitch. Treat him like one. :joy:

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My hubby says that to me all the time too. Smh fuck men​:fu:t2::fu:t2::fu:t2::fu:t2::fu:t2::fu:t2::fu:t2::fu:t2::fu:t2:

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Having kids and working full time is busy enough for you.he should pitch in as well given the fact he has more time then you

He needs to be more supportive. Being a mom and working full time is hard work!

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Seems like you do everything yourself anyway I feel like a load would be lifted if you kick him to the curb!

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Some couples counseling would help mediate the situation and find an agreeable result

I’d tell him if he has a problem with something that is not done whether it be laundry dishes or whatever, tell him if it bothers him that bad to do it himself. Life’s too short to be petty and argue over house chores. If he really loves you he would communicate with you in a way that is productive towards the situation.

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Its time to clean house with boxes and say by by

Sounds like you have 6 children! He’s acting like a little boy… Don’t let him talk you down mama! Sounds like you handle yours pretty damn good on your own.

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Maybe trade duties for a week, I’d be willing to bet caring for the kids is a bit more tiring than the housework he’s doing. Help him gain perspective. Sounds like you really bust your butt for your family, I’m sorry he’s being a brat

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Tell him to go fuck himself :joy::joy: my baby daddy was just like this and would complain about a dish in the room or sink. Yet he was aloud to do it :thinking::thinking:

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He sounds like a lazy slob, use your common sense !

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Wow throw this whole man-child out

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Don’t do any of the things at home for a couple days, make him do it then he should change his attitude

You have 6 kids not 5…

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One lady in another group was having similar problems and that she just flat out quit doing everything she does around the house for 2 weeks and now it’s not a problem anymore bc if hubby stops helping he knows she will just quit again😏

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Hell no I’d be irate screw him fr you have alot on your plate if he wants to bitch then tell his ass to hike it if he doesn’t appreciate anything or better yet tell his ass to pay for everything :rage:

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Teamwork makes the dream work, both parents need to put their fair share in no matter who works or who stays at home you both live there and are both adults and would both have to do everything by yourself if you were single. Find a balance of housework and taking care of the children that works. Nobody wants a resentful spouse that one isn’t doing their fair share. It’s hard work, really freakin hard trying to take care of a house and children and bills and work and shopping and doctors appts and everything in between but you have to be a team!