It seems so obvious: having kids affects men and women differently. Sure, emotionally and financially but most clearly in the simple way mothers and fathers spend their time. And when you actually look at how 10,900 Americans carve up 24 hours, the conclusion is pretty stark: if you’re a woman who enjoys paid work or relaxing activities, having kids will cramp your style.
[C]hildren seem to take women away from the office but drive men towards it. . . .
[F]or women, having young children seems to add an extra two hours 10 minutes to their daily responsibility routine.