Studies show that dads who regularly participate in cleaning around the house raise daughters with higher self-confidence and levels of achievement. Good thing for the future, dads that clean aren't such a rarity. Some, we found out, do more than their wives. Here's the breakdown in 10 Mom.me writers' and readers' homes.
"My husband, Ken, does everything I don't want to do: he takes out the trash and recycling, washes clothes, turns on the dishwasher (I don't know why I never want to do that. I just don't like doing it). He also picks up poop in the backyard (the dog's not ours) and shovels the walk. He also takes the cars to the carwash and does any yard work that needs doing in our tiny yard. I cook, do the grocery shopping, clean the kitchen and walk the dog in the morning."
Rebekah Henderson, Mom.me writer