Your spouse says, “I’ll do the dishes.” You hear, “I’m doing you a favor.” Your partner says, “I’ll babysit.’’ You think, “It’s not babysitting when it’s your kid.’’Does this sound a little too familiar? Words may matter as much as actions as couples navigate the emotional trip wires of working, schooling and raising kids at home during the pandemic.Have there been crossed signals and misunderstandings between you and your partner? What are the triggers? And are they taking a toll on you or your relationship?USA TODAY wants to hear your stories. Send us your personal experiences by clicking here. Couples clash over COVIDDads took on more childcare when they worked from home during COVID-19. Will a vaccine end that?