This was based on anecdotal evidence collected (over years) from at-home moms. At-home dads were not surveyed to see of the corollary is true.
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The "Mom Time" is less than the "Dad Time?"Hmmm...
Sure is Craig!Tell me, do you get little M ready to be out the door faster than Lady M can?
Well, let's just put it this way: I usually don't pack a sippy cup of water with an ice cube, a fully-stocked backpack, snacks and several stuffed animals just for a trip to the post office. I can get out the door pretty quickly.
Craig: I hear ya! OK. You may have proven the theory wrong with that point. (Lady M, she sounds very thorough!)
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