Jack and I stood back and watched out little boys’ joy find expression, as it so often does, in rapid movement. This morning they looped the sleeves of their shirts around their necks and ran running and whopping down the hallway.
“Why don’t you go to work and I’ll stay home with the boys?” said Jack.
I know and he knows that I wouldn’t like that, completely. I tried working full-time outside of the home last year. Hated it! Way too much time away from kids.
“How about we each work part time?” I suggested.
“My work couldn’t be done part time.”
True, unfortunately. His work requires more than the standard American 40-hour workweek to be successful.
“How about we start a home-based business together?”
“I thought we wanted to save our marriage.” He countered.
But I love him for wanting to stay home with the kids.
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