The Great Mom Debate: Moms talk about how work choices affect their marriages
About "The Great Mom Debate" series
Even so, taking care of children and the housework can amount to more than a full-time job - one that doesn't come with built-in breaks and paid time off.
"I think every stay-at-home mom has some tension about feeling like she does everything," Gahner said. "As a stay-at-home mom you still need a break here and there. A five-minute shower alone is nice sometimes."
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