In many ways, my husband and I fall squarely within traditional, stereotypical roles. Jeff goes to work while I stay home with the kids. But there are some things we do differently from the “norm.”
For instance, Jeff knows exactly how much paprika is needed while I am busy trying to decipher a recipe that looks, to me, more like hieroglyphics. Jeff can also grow real life vegetables from actual dirt while I am busy trying to figure out how to drag the hose that far.
On the other hand, I am comfortable changing the oil in our car while Jeff is trying to . . .
I write on the topic of marriage at Titus 2 In Action.