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Tina Fey Writes New Yorker Piece on Being a Working Mom

Tina Fey Pens New Yorker Piece on Working Motherhood

Women who say they don't battle the working mother's dilemma — Am I spending enough time with my children? — are lying. Even celebrities, with fame, fortune, and a lot of help face it. Comedian Tina Fey — mom to Alice, 5, — tackles the subject in a witty piece she penned for the New Yorker, titled, "Confessions of a Juggler." The abstract reads:

What is the rudest question you can ask a woman? “How old are you?’ “What do you weigh?” No, the worst question is: “How do you juggle it all?” The second-worst question is: “Are you going to have more kids?”

Do you agree?

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