Honest answers from Mainly the dudes If you worked and she stayed at home with the kids and did EVERYTHING and asked you to help her take the trash out or one sink of dishes, how many of yall would say no.
My husband helps out whit everything even after 12hr shifts at work he still is happy to help me clean
Yes the man should help, but you should still ask as they aren’t mind readers. HOWEVER, most men think that women belong in the kitchen and they should be able to do whatever they want with out helping the woman with the house or children.
Would you stay home with the kids if she worked? And if so would you be mad if she wouldn’t help out every now and then a household Is a team effort
I would help out for sure
A man doesn’t ask a women to do daily activities such as dishes, laundry, cooking, cleaning. She just does it. She shouldn’t even have to ask a man to help out around the house
If you live there you help . Physically …not just money to pay the bills
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My husband helps with EVERYTHING plus a full time job. I don’t even have to ask.
My husband doesn’t even need to be asked at this point but when I do he doesn’t bitch. He never has to lift a finger so trash and litter box are his “chores”
My household is run on team work. We both have a full time job. It takes both of us to get everything done. There is nothing he won’t do.
My husband helps I don’t have to ask and our sons help too. This is a mamas page my husband doesnt use Facebook much
My husband at least does the trash every week and dishes as needed .
I worked and he stayed home with the kids. I came home and still helped around the house.
I really appreciate that I don’t even have to ask.
Make him go live back with his mom if he doesn’t wanna help
Teamwork makes the DREAM work
My husband after being asked if he would tell me no to helping out around the house.
My husband works 10-12 hours a day and he helps me all the time without me asking. He says he know it is just as much his responsibility as mine to keep things upkept and the children cared for. Being a stay at home parent isn’t a vacation and they need help and breaks just as much as those who work elsewhere.
My husband works full time and I stay home with our daughter. He still comes home and helps with the housework/cooking