When my husband and I got together, I made about a third of his salary, only a little more than what our then-hypothetical child care would cost. Working mothers tend to be happier and healthier than mothers who stay at home caring for young children. After Oscar was born, it made no financial sense for us to hire child care so long as I wanted to breastfeed, which requires enormous maternal time investments and other unrecognized costs. Often, we are considered fortunate and expected to be happy with our lot in life. In Sweden , for example, parents receive extra tax credits to defray the cost of child-rearing, plus access to regulated, subsidized day-care facilities that stay open from in the morning until at night. Full-time parenting was non-stop from eight until six, at which point my husband came home and we'd split the "second shift.
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