There’s a fascinating discussion going on at the Wall Street Journal blog The Juggle about how much time working parents can and/or should spend with their kids. Is one hour per day enough? Two? I’ve been reading the comments, many of which reflect people’s own experiences as children, compared and/or contrasted to how they’ve chosen to raise their own children. So enlightening. I was heartened to see several people use the acronym SAHP: stay-at-home parent. Also, one quote I had to pull out, by a commenter named Dorothy Parker:
As always with raising children, there is no right or wrong, only consequences.