Trends in American Families

by Alicia Lewis Murray on February 21, 2008

Reporter Cheryl Wetzstein from “The Washington Times” wrote an interesting article about trends in American families. The article starts with census data:

America’s family trends held steady in 2004, with most American children living with their married biological parents, a new federal report says.”

I spoke with her yesterday about the difficulties of juggling motherhood with marriage and life in general. It’s definitely a balancing act that moms are still trying to figure out today. There isn’t just one path to success.

Read the full article here and see my quote.

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Joyce February 24, 2008 at 6:11 pm

Oooh, you got interviewed! Congrats!


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