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One thing for sure, maybe it's just the crowd that shows up at Tel Shiloh for the family-friendly Bible themed festivities, but pushing the babies and toddlers in their strollers seems to be a "daddy's job." Israeli fathers are very into parenting from what I can see. Maybe it's also a generation thing. My father was always at work and didn't get involved in our day to day lives. Also, I didn't grow up in a religious family, so there wasn't that one day of the week, Shabbat, when daddy couldn't go to work.
While I was with my two older granddaughters in the crafts workshops, I noticed this new-fangled way of taking two on a walk. Yes, that sure looks like a father wheeling it.
And here's a twin stroller for two siblings of different ages being wheeled by... that bearded guy sure doesn't look like the mother!
Finally a female with a stroller! But what is she doing?