What Stay-at-Home Moms Need: Dad To Do the Dishes
The economy is pushing more women than ever to stay home—and, sadly, having a husband doesn’t ease the burden.
Stay-at-home mothers — those allegedly latte-drinking ladies who spend their days playing tennis and getting their nails done; who are never late for school pickup because they’re already in the building dropping off teacher appreciation treats or reorganizing recycled toilet paper tubes — have long been the women we’ve all loved to hate.
But now we might just have to reconsider.
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This article was originally published in Time.
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