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Full House

Three is the new two. And in some towns -- especially affluent ones -- four or more is the new three. Educated moms who once managed budgets and schedules at work are now doing the same in their homes teeming with kids.

By Neil Swidey
May 28, 2006

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T HE "CAR LINE" OUTSIDE THE WELLESLEY NURSERY SCHOOL IN the Hills on this brilliant spring day is pretty much what you'd expect for one of the most well-regarded preschools in one of Boston's most sought-after suburbs. Attractive, fit moms wearing designer jeans stand in front of a train of tricked-out SUVs, chitchatting about play dates, the sunshine, and converting ... (Full article: 4809 words)

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