Dads let these moms soar: Some couples find it makes more sense for the father to be in the stay-at-home parent role

Sometimes they do it for economic reasons. Or perhaps they don't want their children to be raised by baby sitters. Whatever the case, some couples find it makes more sense for the dad to be a stay-at-home parent. And sometimes-as with the couples in this story-that decision has helped enable the moms' careers to soar. Debra Minott, director of the Indiana Personnel Department, was working for Eli Lilly and Co. in San Diego when she had her second child in...

 

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