Sadly, he tired of it quickly but I feel there is some potential considering how excited he was when he saw Mr Dyson.
After reading the many and varied responses to my last post, I realise that we all have an axe to grind when it comes to our 'others'. I guess if they were asked, there'd be a few things lacking with us too.
I floated the idea of my Mr paying me to do his chores (I thought win, win as they'd get done and I'd have pocket money to spend on important things like fabric) He laughed his arse off and said we should get a real cleaner.
So nothing is actually resolved but I've vented and honestly, I realise that Mr CP is quite domesticated (makes him sound like a pet!) and I am lucky to have him.
And he's lucky to have me!!!
My aunty Pam, a fellow stitchy sister, once said, "Start as you wish to carry on."
I've held onto that advice and in the three years Mr CP and I have been together, I have held the same expectations that we share chores and responsibilities. I think it's mostly working and therefore should continue.
Time for a walk with my little slave in training bubba.