Infographic: Need a Father's Day Gift? These Are the Top 10 Brands Dads Desire

Unlike frugal-minded moms, new fathers like to splurge

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With Father's Day just a few days away, Y&R has released a new study showing how the modern dad differs from his ancestors.

Once the definitive "head of the household," dad is now more likely to be heading up the household, handling more of the cooking, budgeting, child care and shopping than previous generations. And the study found stark differences in how moms and dads handle these tasks—particularly shopping.

When a woman becomes a mother, she tends to become more frugal, Y&R said, while a new dad shifts instead to splurge mode.



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