I remember when I was working full time, back when I was on speaking terms with my parents, I very much got the feeling they were both of the mindset that it doesn't matter if the wife/mother is working full time, it is STILL up to her to do the majority of the housework, child minding, managing of the family calender, cooking, etc.
And oh they were also of the opinion that a house with two boys under the age of ten should be as clean as a model home.
My dear brother once said that they don't get it because he and I were 8 years apart in age and by the time he came along I was old enough to help clean and/or keep him entertained while our mother cleaned so therefore they really wouldn't get how it is to have two children 18 months apart in age and try to keep a house clean to their standards.
My father expected that a wife/mother should have NO free time to herself. That she ought to be busy from the time she wakes up till the kids go to bed and even then be cleaning up so that when she does find time to sit down she'd be too tired to do anything.
He came from a family of 7 children with a mother who was a nurse, cooked and cleaned and did laundry for other families. From what I've been told, she wasn't the greatest cook but somehow dinner was always on the table at the same time.
That makes my ADD brain hurt and cry, honestly. Thank heaven DH doesn't expect that of me!