A great tease of an article in the NYT today about how many parents take their kids along on business trips. There's the author mom who took her one-year-old on a book tour to New Zealand where the publicist who'd offered to tend the kid during readings [Prada-clad, also, "redolent of Chanel fragrance"] clearly had no idea what she was in for. Then there are the two moms who park their kids in classes at the RItz Carlton and the Peninsula Beverly Hills.
Then there's the dad, an MD at Citigroup--in Manhattan--who brings his family into town--from Westchester--and puts them up at the Gansevoort so he can keep working.
Can you tell which thing is not like the others? Hint: it does not involve the use of "redolent" in daily conversation.