Mom Refuses To Let Her Husband Bathe Their Daughter ‘Because They Have Different Body Parts’

People weren't happy

There are a lot of ways parents can divide the household chores and taking care of kids. It’s great to have someone to be able to split these things up with because ask any single mother, it’s easier when it’s not all on you. When you are raising kids in a two parent home, there is a struggle over combining both of your beliefs, or ate least coming to a compromise. Just as this one family who probably have a few fights over it because mom refuses to let her husband do one thing for their daughter — help with the bathing.

According to news reports, a mom took to Facebook to share her concerns over allowing her husband to bathe their daughter. And her post got some pretty mixed reviews.

“So hubby is upset with me because I have told him that I don’t [want him to] wash our two daughters in the bath or shower. I just don’t feel comfortable for a man to do this,” she wrote on her social media. “I have said I don’t have any issues with him bathing our son as well, he’s a boy.”

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“I just believe that girls should be getting washed by their mothers and boys get the same from their fathers,” she continued. “It’s just got to do with the fact that mum and daughters have the same parts, same goes for men and their sons.”

In the post, the unnamed mom says her husband doesn’t understand why she’s being so protective of their daughter, especially with him. However, that’s still not getting her to ease off and back down.

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