Build Your Relationship As You Become New Parents
Although research suggests that the majority of new parents still assume the traditional roles of the male provider and female carer, most don't discuss their new roles and responsibilities.
A lot of new parents often have unspoken expectations about what their partner should do, what each parent should provide, even basic details about domestic duties, based on their own family background. These expectations that haven't been communicated can lead to conflict.
It is suggested that before having a baby, partners should certainly discuss how they will share household duties outside core working hours and how each partner will get some time out alone after their baby is born. This sort of planning is bound to make your relationship stronger despite new experiences and responsibilities.