- Irene Cherop and her husband have a routine that works wonders
- When it is time to prepare supper, the two and their children all work in tandem
- Her husband helps cook chapos while their kids work on shaping the dough
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A couple that cooks together, stays together.
A lot of women often say they would consider themselves lucky if they ever got a man who was willing to help with the house chores.
Irene Cherop, a teacher, got this and more. She was blessed with a man who saw the value of helping out in the kitchen.
The mum and proud wife shared a video of herself and her husband busy at the sitting room preparing some mouthwatering chapatis.
Their son was seated at the other end of the room rolling the dough and placing the finish products on the table.
Irene and her hubby carried their stove to the living room and sat together as they cooked the meal happily together.
It was a team effort that was carried out seamlessly as the TV played in the background.
Their small family made sure that duties were evenly delegated and everyone did their work without complaining.
When Irene shared the video on Facebook, social media users just watched in awe as they wished upon their lucky stars to get men with similar values.
In other news, a young lady going by the Twitter handle @WinteeerRoseee has shared a photo of her husband playing a video game when she was in labour.
According to Winter, her husband was playing Warzone to relax his nerves. He faced the television the whole time and had no idea when his wife needed help.
”I hate this dude, mid labour and he is playing warzone," the new mum captioned her post.
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A group of angry tweeps rallied at the comment section and threw bile at the husband as they described him as a deadbeat.
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