Having twins is not that hard.
Before you crucify me, hear me out (read me out?)
Having twins is not difficult because I've never had only one child, I don't know what it's like to raise one child at a time.
And I have this guy
I'm spoiled, and I know it.
B starts work at 5am every morning which means he's off around 1pm. We live not too far away so he's home a good 3.5 hours before me.
I've mentioned before how clean he is. He has a fear of "falling behind" and not being able to hold our heads afloat. So while the Bambinos nap in the afternoon (they're still on a two-nap schedule) he cleans.
He starts dinner every single night. By the time I come home around 5:30 dinner is very nearly finished or it is finished. I try and do my part and wash the dinner dishes, clean up what I can, but he's very good at letting me spend time with the Bambinos when I get home too.
Let's not even get into what a handyman he is. We have a joke in my family that if I mention I want a fireplace he would build me one and have it finished before I come home from work.
I feel bad when women complain about how their husbands or boyfriends don't help around the house, don't ever cook or clean, barely watch their children, don't get any part of the honey-do list done, I just don't have that problem. And remember, he works 8 hours a day before coming home too.
He's the best Boyfriend, best Dad, best fix-it man, best provider, best everything the Bambinos' and I could ever ask for.
He makes raising twins so much easier.
And he's pretty cute too.