This Father's Day, dads have new respect for duties at home
This photo shows Rahul Gandhi with his twin 8-year-old daughters, Ayana Gandhi, left, and Iyla Gandhi. Like millions of dads around the globe, Gandhi has taken on more responsibilities at home during lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. There have been challenges with distance learning, for one, which have revealed important lessons about his girls. (Rahul Gandhi via AP)
This 2019 photo shows Bouba Diemé with his wife, Désirée Allen, their 5-year-old son, Buraq Abdou, center, and twin 1-year-olds, Sembène Khalifa, held by Diemé, and Sankara Kokà. Diemé said the family’s isolation during lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic has taught him to be more patient with his children. (Dieynaba Diemé via AP).
This photo shows Zach Kubin and his children, Isadora, 3, and Felix, 1.5. Kubin spent most of his time on the road before the coronavirus pandemic sent him home to work. Since, he has been digging into housework and childcare from his father’s house in Bridgewater, Connecticut. Like millions of dads around the world, Kubin is pitching in more when it comes to those tasks than ever before. (Zach Kubin via AP)
This June 17, 2020 photo shows Tyler Moore, his wife, Emily Moore, and daughters Mabel, 5, center, Matilda, 3, and Margaret, 3 months. Tyler Moore, a teacher, said working from home while helping to care for the house and his children has sometimes left him frustrated that he’s not doing any one thing well. (Pamela Henderson via AP).