juggler family
 n.— «It’s been attributed to Karen Kornbluh, director of the Work & Family Program of the New American Foundation in Washington…Writing in the Atlantic Monthly in an article titled “The Parent Trap,” she observes that “the traditional family with one breadwinner and one homemaker has been replaced by the ‘juggler family,’ and American parents have 22 fewer hours a week to spend with their kids than they did in 1969.”» —“Juggling act now extends to families” by Carol Kleiman Chicagot Tribune May 3, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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