stay-at-home


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stay-at-home

a person who does not bother to vote in a political election
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The fathers tend to be older, with older children and they dont tend to pick up the full domestic work-load to the same extent that stay-at-home mothers traditionally have.
Spokesman Joe Charles said: "While it seems many people recognise the very hard work stay-at-home parents carry out, our survey reveals they underestimate its value in terms of the associated cost.
For Tarcena, the decision to have her husband be a stay-at-home dad completely transformed their lives- it ensured that her children receive the necessary education.
Despite our knowledge on this "stalled revolution" in the gendered division of unpaid labor (England, 2010), less attention has been paid to the dynamics of masculinity and femininity operating in less conventionally gendered households--those with stay-at-home fathers and breadwinning mothers.
In 1967, 49 percent of mothers were stay-at-home mothers.
Many working mums are guilt ridden over their choice of career over taking care of their kids full-time, while stay-at-home mums feel lonely and miserable.
Keywords: Stay-at-home fathers, involved fathering, nontraditional families
stay-at-home parenting the taxpayer is continually the nonhardworking not shelling out on them.
However, he was really off-base when he described how groups with opposing views could come together, saying that "Feminists could jump rope with stay-at-home moms.
STAY-at-home mum Laura Perrins has been on her soapbox again.
If you're a stay-at-home mum then you don't need childcare, think yourself very lucky that you can stay home with your kids
My question is whether there any genuine part-time jobs in UAE that a stay-at-home mother can do to earn a living while taking care of her family?