I’m sure some of you out there are saying, “Barf. It’s going to be one of those blogs where you’re all like ‘I love Frank’ wah wah wah. I want dish on how freakishly huge your belly is and when those kids are going to burst forth out of your belly all Alien-like.” The babies update will come in due time.
And a few of you are probably asking, “What’s a hubz? Where do I get one? Nordstrom’s?”
While many a fine item can be purchased at a Nordstrom’s (ie. super big girl sized shoes that are also somehow still a little stylish), a hubz cannot be purchased at a Nordstrom’s. A hubz (aka, a husband) can usually be found sitting in front of a TV playing a video game or watching a football game.
But not this hubz.
1. thing one: the hubz that cooks
For realz. My sweet hubz is downstairs making chicken in a red wine reduction, steamed spinach and cooked carrots. And he is a manly cook. He uses lots of spice, lots of fire, and real ingredients (none of my mamby-pamby splenda and low-fat sour cream cr@p). Gentlemen, if you are still looking for a good woman, ask Frank to teach you a few of his cooking tricks and you’ll be hitched in no time.
2. thing two: the hubz that shovels
I’m sure a lot of you have hubzes that shovel. But until you’ve had to shovel 6″+ of snow in Wisconsin by yourself after working a full day – with the tears that are streaming down your face freezing on the end of your nose – you simply cannot appreciate the amazingness that is having your hubz home from work when the slushiest, iciest, heaviest wintry mix coats your driveway, front walk and steps. And then when your hubz goes outside for 40 minutes and valiantly tackles this wintry mix (both with shovel and snow plow) without saying a peep about it – that is hotness right there!
3. thing three: tumz
After casually mentioning to the hubz that pretty much every night I want to vomit when I lay down thanks to this thing called acid reflux (thanks baby a and baby b for parking your cute selves on my stomach!), it was a joy to come home to a container of TUMS! While Frank is thoughtful, this particular maneuver might also stem from self-preservation: after hearing all of the middle-of-the-night projectile vomiting stories from my parents (and there are many), I’m sure it’s occurred to Frank that he could be my next victim. The Hubz is wise and knows his wife well.
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you def have a great hubz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!