Working Father Magazine?Toddi Gutner
When I came home late Saturday night from 4-day business trip to Puerto Rico with the Belizean Grove, I had some concerns about what I would find. Usually when I leave my husband Neil alone with our two boys, the house looks like a hurricane hit it when I return. But after enough ranting and raving about that, this time I was pleasantly surprised: the toys were in their bins, the dishes were clean and in the cupboard, and the laundry was in the basket (not the floor).
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