The process of getting married and having a child simultaneously has been stressful, but has also brought them closer together. Courtesy of Brad Horn hide caption

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Parents Sound Off On The Economics Of Child Care

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Parental Leave: The Swedes Are The Most Generous

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The Challenges Of Child Care: Emotional Decisions And A Constant Juggling Act

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The birth of Maheshwori Devi Bishwokarma's first daughter in rural two years ago nearly killed her. Maheshwori is terrified that the same thing will happen again during this delivery. "I am very, very scared. I just might die this time." Toni Greaves/Reportage by Getty Images hide caption

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