I have five minutes with two hands! GO!!
Inspired by Alyssa and others: Housework with a working partner and a housewife!!
Before we had children, Dr. S and I split everything pretty much evenly, according to time, talent, and inclination. We grocery shopped together; we traded off laundry; we both cooked and swept.
Now that I'm a housewife, it's a little more uneven, partly because, hey! This is my job now, and partly because there are a lot of stereotypically gendered things I hate. Like taking out the trash. Also, because when the spouse gets home, I'd rather cook than play with the toddler for another hour (I love him, but I've already played all day!).
So Dr. S does: dishes, laundry folding, sweeping, trash, compost, mowing, most of snow shoveling, part of bill paying, all the investments, midnight baby-walking, and anything involving an electric saw. Plus he has a full-time job and all.
I do: meal planning, grocery shopping, cooking, procurement of clothing and other items (mainly via the Internet), laundry washing, the rest of the bill paying, mending/sewing, repairs not involving large sharp pointy fast-rotating things, scheduling appointments, midnight baby-nursing*, and a whole lot of child-wrangling.
I think it's still fairly even despite our traditionally-gendered roles, and a lot of the stereotyping really is just our personal preferences. I hate hate hate sweeping, and he doesn't care; he hates shopping, and I hate it less. And although I spend more time per day doing house-related things, I think it's still split fairly evenly for such an asymmetric out-of-home workload.
Five minutes are up: DING!
*Because he lacks the relevant equipment.