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LIVITUP3 Posts: 130
1/4/11 8:54 P

My dh helped our ds finish his homework.

TAPPINCHUCK Posts: 167
1/4/11 6:48 P

My hub is pretty wonderful. Today he even went to the store with me (his most hated past time) to help get healthy groceries!

"Shine, like the star you are." ---Me

10lbs-a "Me" day
20lbs-sports watch
30lbs-New Jeans
40lbs-a weekend getaway
GOAL- new family pictures!
TMARTIN1102 Posts: 16
1/2/11 11:00 P

My dh helps clean the kitchen everyday after dinner and is supporting me while I decide what I want to do now that I have lost my job after working for the same company for 8 years.

MOMTO3CUTEBOYS Posts: 605
1/2/11 12:28 A

Yes, thank god! He helps with everything from doing dishes, to doing laundry. He also changes diapers and helps out with cooking some nights. Don't know what I'd do without him. He also doesn't freak out about giving me time to go to the gym or just get our the house. My hubby works a 40 hour job and works midnights, so he doesn't have to miss out on the stuff our kids do. Love that man to death!

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O: Overcome Obstacles
A: Account for my Actions
R: Reach all my Goals

The question should be, is it worth trying to do, not can it be done. - Allard Lowenstein

Nothing is IMPOSSIBLE, the word itself says "I'M POSSIBLE"!!! ~Audrey Hepburn

The toughest lift of all, is YOUR ass off the couch.
MOM0107 SparkPoints: (769)
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12/19/10 10:20 P

Well, my DH was on the ball today... He took both kids Christmas shopping so I could enjoy a little quiet time. After returning them home safely, he went to the grocery store to get a few things for dinner. He also gave the 3 year old a bath, a snack, and read him bedtime stories. He isn't always quite as helpful, but today he was wonderful :)

BLUEHERON2C Posts: 2,403
12/19/10 7:00 P

We went to Costco and he unpacked everything when we got home. There are to many to list - he's a keeper! We are getting ready to celebrate our 38th anniversary!

KISSFAN1 Posts: 6,257
12/19/10 11:11 A

He went and got me a newspaper and some frozen veggies that I needed so I didn't have to go out shopping yet again.

FITFOODIE806 Posts: 2,523
12/18/10 8:40 A

DH works a ton during holiday season. I took the kids to a party by myself and they both screamed the whole way home. When I walked in the door DH had bought my fav bottle of wine and had a small glass poured for me. Perfect!

BRASKIN SparkPoints: (70,840)
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12/15/10 7:20 A

not much..... other than asking, "are you doing that Spark again!" emoticon

If it is to be.... the change is up to me.
LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 16,808
12/14/10 2:37 P

Today he:
- came home and fixed me lunch

- is running two errands I had planned for this afternoon so that I do not have to go out in the cold

- took my car so that he could fill the tank.

What a guy!


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~ Randy Pausch

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~ Art Turock

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-POLEDANCEGIRL- Posts: 13,754
12/14/10 1:13 P

both of our daughters have concerts. he is going to one and im going to the other. sharing the support!

ORCHIDSSHADOW Posts: 126
12/13/10 6:33 P

The list is too long to write it all. I can't imagine having a more dedicated supportive man. I am truly blessed.

WILDMTHONEY Posts: 98
11/26/10 5:07 P

Mine works long hours so I can stay home and homeschool our children, and he does home maintenance - like replacing some windows this year, building me a rack to dry laundry on, etc. The children and I do the house keeping (laundry, dishes, sweeping, etc) and ask him to help with the deep cleaning once every few months.

DEBORAHBROWN1 SparkPoints: (0)
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11/26/10 1:54 P

My husband washed all of my dishes and did a load of laundry, all by himself.

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_UMAMI_ Posts: 6,825
11/26/10 12:31 A

He drove the whole six hours plus drive home from where we were to HOME today. I did the packing/unpacking, most of the cooking, dealing with home "issues". But he drove and I rested during that drive. Thanks, Hon!

Be like a duck. Calm on the surface, but always paddling like the dickens underneath.
-Michael Caine
-POLEDANCEGIRL- Posts: 13,754
11/17/10 11:31 A

He is on kid/dinner duty tonight as I have 3 dance classes back to back! WOO HOO!!

SHANNONMOMOF7 SparkPoints: (1,950)
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11/16/10 11:48 A

Washed the dishes, cleaned out the fridge and made me breakfast.

KBTYLER Posts: 113
11/10/10 9:19 P

He washed the lunch and dinner dishes. He also took all the trash out the morning. :)

MIRANDA2526 Posts: 699
11/10/10 8:36 P

washed the dinner dishes emoticon

DBAILEY0438 Posts: 637
11/10/10 2:43 P

he did the laundry and had the kids clean their room and the kithen while he cooked dinner and gave me money to go to the casino with my girlfriend for her birthday

BUDIES31771 SparkPoints: (55,763)
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11/10/10 9:18 A

He helps! He is a great husband and father!

NAY7496 Posts: 71
11/9/10 9:17 A

Wow and I thought I had it nice cuz by dh does the laundry and makes dinner for him and the kids (I just had the lapband and have to eat pureed foods so I make my own dinner still). Now I am wishing mine was more helpfu.......

NORDAKOTA Posts: 696
11/9/10 9:00 A

My husband vacuums every other day. Since I have to be at work by 7:30, he makes sure the kiddos have breakfast, are dressed, teeth brushed, etc. and then takes them to school. He helped empty the dishwasher and clear the table when dinner is done. The biggest thing he does is play with the boys while I am making dinner (otherwise they are on me like velcro)!

"Just living is not enough," said the butterfly, "one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower." ~Hans Christian Anderson
DBAILEY0438 Posts: 637
11/9/10 2:36 A

does your husband help around the house? how often?

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