The Fulfilled Mom

How to Share the Load in Parenting Partnership

Let me guess… at your house it feels like you are doing ALL the things, responsible for ALL the things, and the one who makes sure that everyone gets everywhere at the right time, ALL the time? Studies show that women are doing a disproportionate amount of housework – everything from cooking to cleaning and from homework to signing permission slips – and it’s time to enlist the help of your beloved spouse.
Press play to learn how to share that load, outsource the tasks you hate and get some freaking help!

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