OP - "I don't know what to buy FIL for his birthday"
Reply - "Its not YOUR father, let DH do it"
OP - "DH's boss is coming to dinner, what shall i make?"
Reply - "its not your boss, you didn't invite them, let DH cook and worry about it"
Can it not just be accepted that sometimes YOU JUST WANT TO COOK/BUY THE PRESENT etc?
I do most of the housework in our house, DH does most of the DIY. Why? I farking HATE doing DIY and decorating but housework doesn't bother me - plus I work part time and he works full time so why would I wait wiht a floor that needs vaccuuming, when the DC are outsie playing and I've put dinner on? Why CAN'T I JUST GET THE DYSON OUT - it doesn't mean I'm a little wifey IT JUST WORKS IN MY FAMILY
to feel a flash or irritation everytime I read "LET DH DO IT" on her? I always imagine its said in a shrieky way as well
MamaG · 11/06/2008 17:09
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