Posted on July 10, 2018. Filed under: Multiple Birth, raising multiples, Triplets, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , |

A 1983 Australian study revealed that a Mom of 6-month old triplets, with her paid/volunteer assistant, spends an average 197.5 hours/week out of 168 hours on the care of her children and home. This does not include time for her to bathe, dress, sleep, eat, relax or talk to her partner. The study does not include looking after any other children. A lot of time and effort goes into looking after the babies for whomever stays at home doing the primary care. This study is still good today, as the triplets don’t change and neither does how many hours there are in a week.

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