Times have changed.
A Canadian survey approximately ten years ago concluded that working moms and dads devoted roughly equal time to parenting.
And parents reaching amicable settlements of their divorces these days tend to end up with equal parenting time.
But, as of 1995, only about 49,000 fathers were designated as primary residential parents.
As of 2010, however, about 154,000 fathers were designated as primary residential parents.
Children generally do better when both of their parents are actively involved in their lives.
And fathers generally do much better when they are actively involved in their children’s lives.