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  • "It must be nice not to have to work."

    Being an at-home mom definitely qualifies as a full-time job. "Parents now are spending a lot more time interacting with their kids than 1970s parents did," says Usdansky. "In fact, research shows that today's working mothers are spending as much time with their children as the last generation's stay-at-home mothers did." So while there may have been room in the schedule for Tupperware parties and Days of Our Lives back then, modern stay-at-home mothers spend plenty of time reading to their children, helping with homework, and exposing them to music classes, sports, language lessons and more.

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