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Husbands don’t get enough credit. 

Mine doesn’t at least, and that’s mostly my fault because I should tell him thank you more often. 

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Being a mom is hard, don’t get me wrong. The mental load is enough to do me in most days and don’t get me started on being the family taxi driver. But husbands don’t get enough credit. 

We do different things for our family, but at the end of the day, I couldn’t do what I do without him by my side. He’s the calm to my chaos, the voice of reason to my worry, the “maybe you shouldn’t” to my impulse, and the one to call me out when I need it. 

My husband doesn’t get enough credit. 

For the hours he works or for the load he carries for our family. Worry, stress, and responsibilities weigh heavy on him too, and I often forget that. Most of the time the parenting struggles fall on mom, but dads carry them too. 

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So, here’s to the husbands who do it all and never complain. Thanks for holding our family together.

You deserve more credit.

Originally published on the author’s Facebook page

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Jordan Morgan

Wife & mama just winging this whole thing one day at a time. I have a love for words, travel, the South, family, Jesus, yoga, and a relaxing swing on the front porch. I try to find humor in all things and keep motherhood real – the good and the bad. My goal is to help women on the motherhood journey feel less alone. You can find me over on my blog at on Facebook @jordanmorganwriter or on instagram @mamayogatn

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