DEAR ABBY: I am a 31-year-old wife and stay-at-home mother. My husband, "Jake," works 40-plus hours a week. My daughter, 2, keeps me on my toes. In the evenings and on weekends, Jake does yard work. I hate it because I'm with our daughter all day, every day, and he expects me to watch her while he's outside. I dislike yard work and don't like being outside unless I am completely comfortable. I also have health issues that keep me from being as active as I would like. I feel my resentment and anger growing over this issue. Jake says it is necessary for us to have a garden. But why must I have all the responsibility of caring for our daughter? I'd like it if Jake would give up on some of the outside activities. What do you suggest?