[I have a post at Think Christian on how today’s working moms can emulate the Proverbs 31 Woman. My conclusion may not be what you are expecting.]
Work and parenthood are the subjects of an NPR report on a recent survey that:
… finds fathers spend three times as many hours a week on child care, and twice as much on housework, as they did in the 1960s. Sounds like a major shift, although — amazingly — the report notes that today’s moms actually spend more time on child care than their own mothers did in the ’60s, and it’s still double what fathers spend.
The report says the survey found that now an equal percentage (48%) of fathers and mothers state a desire to …
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