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My husband

Today over at Mama Kat's, one of the writing prompts is:
Something unique you love about your significant other.

There are lots of things that I love about my husband:
  1. He builds me whatever I want - credenza, book case, clubhouse for the kids....
  2. He doesn't complain when I buy pretty things.
  3. He does the dishes.
  4. He makes dinner.
  5. He gets up at night with the kids.
  6. He does home improvement projects without complaint - example: new kitchen cupboards, because one day I decided I wanted new ones.
  7. He built us a second bathroom!
The list could go on and on.

But one unique thing that I love about him is........

He voluntarily takes all three children grocery shopping, so that I can have some quiet time at home!


Unknown said…
But of course, SuperMom needs her Super Dad!
Yeah Keith!
Shannon said…
Just commenting from Mama Kat's. I am a little jealous that your husband cooks! Are we talking about full meals here, or the barbequing that my husband does? Not that I'm complaining, because my husband making burgers is better than me having to cook some nights, but I'm always in awe of husbands who cook full out nice meals. :)
Andrea said…
Oh man can he come train mine! he doesn't dare take more than one child out the house alone. And I've got the same crew as you! :)
Jill said…
Wow! Impressive I must say. Glad you have a good man. :) Visiting from Mama Kat's.
Lorna said…
My husband was afraid of being alone with our children until they were at least 6. He will take them all shopping now, but they are 14, 12, and 9.
Unknown said…
Thanks for stopping by my blog. That is quite a guy who will go grocery shopping with the kids!!
Unknown said…
Sounds like you have yourself a great guy! I would love it if mine took both of our kids shopping with him! =)
The Nice One said…
Wow. The grocery shopping part...AHHHHMazing!

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