How the pandemic has changed Washington families for better, for worse … forever?

Mary and Antonio Aramburu in Federal Way with their seven children

Before March 2020, home was separate from work, school and day care. Now all these things are centered at home. Parents are adjusting to new roles, routines and relationships, and beginning to wonder if their old ones will ever return. The UW’s Julie Brines, associate professor of sociology, and Pepper Schwartz, professor of sociology, are quoted.

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