^^ This is neither helpful or constructive.
Rules of writing say that a first chapter should introduce us to the story. Stephen King, William Faulkner, Lewis Carroll, and Frank McCourt are just a few of the many authors who have written short chapters proving that great length doesn't necessarily mean good storytelling.
QA is correct, however, in that conversations need to be laid out differently, so that would mean you'd have to write your story like this.
"Hey love," Irene said happily as she walked into the house with the shopping.
"Hey, Irene," Nate replied warmly ge