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How Millennials Do Stay-At-Home Motherhood
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10 Oct 2017 05:13 PM EST

We’re in the middle of something of a revolution in terms of what it means to be a working parent, and how that experience is represented. Pew Research found that more women are staying home with their kids now than in recent history: 29% of mothers now stay home with children, a sharp increase from 23% in 1999. It may still be the path less taken, sure, but it isn’t one trod by women given no choice; the Stepfordy-1950s stereotype of a woman keeping house can well be retired. In a quiet way, millennial stay-at-home moms are rewriting some of the rules of their predecessors.

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