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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"Stay-at-home mothers have to justify themselves which is pure bull but it works for us.
Make no mistake, being a stay-at-home dad is a full time job.
"Many believe that stay-at-home mothers don't contribute to society, let a perfectly good education go waste or are simply indifferent to work.
The figure has generally risen each year since and was highest at the end of 2016 when some 254,000 men were stay-at-home dads and homemakers.
Before this, I took almost eight years off to be a stay-at-home mum.
Stay-at-home moms are rare species who are gradually becoming extinct.
Stay-at-home dads come from diverse backgrounds and their roles and responsibilities are quite different from those mothers carry out in the 31 per cent of stay-at-home-mum families.
Moreover, the potential links between housework, fatherhood, and masculinity, particularly in terms stay-at-home fathers' feelings and beliefs about housework, are largely unexplored.
For decades, the number of stay-at-home moms had been declining, but a recent report by the Pew Research Center shows that the number of stay-at-home mothers has risen in recent years.
I'm on my hands and knees with them all the time." Lillywhite, 27, a married, stay-at-home mum by day and full-time student at night studying health information technology, is among the mothers of the Millennial generation.