Socialite tries to do chores of working mom

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The swap was on! But could Jodi handle rural life outside of the Big Apple?

After only 15 minutes of wood-chopping, Jodi had had enough. "If I had to do this for the rest of my life, I couldn't imagine it," Jodi says.

Making breakfast for her new family was a chore, too—she hadn't cooked in eight years! Cleaning the house was also no easy task for the mom accustomed to around-the-clock maid service.

After Jodi struggled, she got the chance to put her rules in place. Time for manicures, girls! While the daughters got pampered, part of Jodi's rule change was that Brad had to now do his wife Lynn's jobs of cleaning, cooking and chopping. He began to realize how hard his own wife works—and how much he missed her.
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Published on September 24, 2004

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