Cheaper by the dozen Author:Gilbreth & Carey Back in the days when the "horseless carriage" was a novelty, there were twelve red-headed Gilbreth children, and they had more fun than a traveling circus. They lived in a great, big, wonderful house in the country, with all kinds of pets, and a large, gray Pierce-Arrow that Dad Gilbreth called "Foolish Carriage." — Whenever Dad took the family... more » for a ride, someone was sure to ask, "How do you feed all those kids?"
And Dad would reply: "Well, you know they come cheaper by the dozen."
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