It used to be that the onus of taking care of the household and child care fell solely on women. Thankfully, however, millennials are ever-so-slightly moving the needle, with couples splitting the duties more evenly. When it comes to cooking for example, data shows the percent of college-educated men cooking increased from 37.9 percent in 2003 to 51.9 percent in 2016. That means at the very least, your hubby can whip a nutritious one-pan spaghetti and meatballs for your toddler when you’re not home. And while most millennials can bet their fathers (and definitely grandfathers) never changed a diaper, children born to millennial dads won’t be able to say the same. From changing diapers to taking the time to form a bond with their tots, “dads now spend three times as much time with their children as they did two generations ago, and a majority view being a good father as a priority and central to their identity,” reports First 5 La, an independent public agency which supports the safe and healthy development of young children prior to entering kindergarten. Now that’s not to say that the division of labor is still unbalanced, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction.