Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Photos by Mark M. Hancock / © The Beaumont Enterprise
Clint Brasher (left) trims the fingernails of his son Adam, 3, (right) in the family's home in Orange County north of Vidor on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2008. Women report they are attracted to men who help around the house in non-traditional roles such as childcare.
Clint Brasher (right) tosses a baseball to his sons Adam, 3, (left) and Derek, 6, (center) in the family's yard in Orange County. The help given by husbands allows women time to relax and unwind.
Jon Healy (center) takes a Sunday morning walk with his family in Orange County north of Vidor on Sunday, Feb. 17, 2008. Family members include (from left to right) Jessica, 10; Garrett, 7; Branson, 2, and his wife Priscilla. For many women, this extra time provided through so-called "choreplay" equates to a romantic prologue.
Please read, "Choreplay: Want to turn on your woman?" by Helena Oliviero / Cox News Service.