Friday, August 20, 2004
last blog by daisy
I agree to some Adler’s founding and opinions that fathers, now days, spends more time with their children and become more involved with their children. But to some degree also, I could argue that fathers’ role in spending time with their children is not a ritual day to day basis. Like most wives, they do all the routine, taking care of the child’s need on daily basis. For example: the father can go to their children’s Saturday football game, but, on the contrary, the mother has to take care the children personal belonging before they go to the football game.
Adler can argue that today, fathers are more and more sensitive to their child needs. But I could sadly say that their involvement do not really help to ease their wives in doing the household chores or even taking care of the children. I think, fathers these days really need to catch up with what their wives do in term of household responsibilities.