Undoubtedly, being in a marriage has its difficulties, especially when a child is involved. Married couples would have to find the right balance in order to support and care for the child.
So, when a Japanese husband noticed that his wife jot down his good deeds in a daily list of “little things she’s thankful for”, he began to wonder. The activities include buying some tea for her and spending some quality time with their three-year-old daughter.
When asked his wife about her little act, she simply answered: “So that I won’t kill you someday”. Knowing his spouse was only joking, he shared the hilarious encounter on his Twitter page.
— ぴーちゃんパパ (@P_chan_papa) September 20, 2020
It seems that his wife is gathering the good deeds that he has done so that she can refer to it when he pushes her buttons. This is just to reassure herself that her husband is not a bad father and spouse after all and he does have some redeemable qualities.
When realising that some negative comments are flooding under his post, he followed up with another Tweet saying that his wife explained to him that the motivation behind her list is to not take little acts of kindness for granted.
— ぴーちゃんパパ (@P_chan_papa) September 22, 2020
Married couples out there, would you do the same? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
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