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He does for the most part. He has a bad habit of leaving his jeans hanging out of the hamper, but at least he's making an effort. Since he's been out of work, he's the only one who does the dishes (YAY).
Not really. He leaves his dirty socks wherever he takes them off. Wet towels end up either on the bed or on the washing machine. Shirts that need hung up are on the dresser. And pants are on the dryer. Don't even get me started on the dishes!
yes and no....he has his days where his clothes won't make it into the hamper or he will just put his dishes on the counter without rinsing them LOL....but after my blow up not too long ago on him and the kids about the dishes they have all been MUCH better about cleaning up after themselves LOL.
*Kristy wife to Karl, mom to Raianna(14) Elyse(12) and Helena(7)*
DH and I split the house chores mostly. I really appreciate his help. But I did have to get after him to put his clothes in the hamper and make sure he got them in the right one. I put one hamper right outside our bathroom door for towels and only towels! I put a hamper by my closet and by his closet for our clothes(doesn't matter whose goes where.) For a while he would throw his clothes down on the floor right beside the hamper and leave them for me to pick up the next day! He is much better now. Though I have washed his wallet a few times!!
He's not bad. Sometimes he does this thing that drives me :hairpull: where he'll leave his dishes on the counter NEXT TO the dishwasher but not put them in or he'll toss his clothes on the floor NEXT TO the hamper. We've talked about it a lot. It's not intentional. He's just a little aloof. Overall he's a good help with the housework. He does dishes a few times per week, and puts in laundry for me here and there. He vacuums. Last week he deep cleaned our living room carpet and couches. I can't complain.
by nature my dh is VERY messy, and we've had many a discussion about it. Now that we've been married longer we've kinda worked it out. He's gotten pretty good at breaking some bad habits, and isn't too bad now.