What’s this all about then? Oh, you know. Just your run-of-the-mill upper-class twittery. Brought to you, of course, by the Clintons:

In other words, Marc Mezvinsky will do anything for love, but he won’t do that. Unless he absolutely has to:

After working from home when she was on maternity leave and breastfeeding, Clinton says she is now in the foundation’s midtown Manhattan offices every day. But she and her husband, a hedge fund executive, “work hard to be home so we can give Charlotte a bath and put her to bed.”

And while Clinton praises Mezvinsky as a “very hands-on” dad, she says that he draws the line at changing diapers — unless he’s the only one home with the baby.

“I don’t mind. I really don’t!” Clinton says of her unequal share of diaper duty. “She’s just so cute!”

Sure she doesn’t.

Mezvinsky isn’t exactly winning fans among dads out there …

OK, so here’s a question: How many opportunities do Chelsea and her husband actually have to change their daughter’s diapers? How much time do they actually spend around their daughter’s diapers? Because if there’s one thing we know about the Clintons, it’s that they absolutely hate getting their hands dirty.

On the other hand, maybe the hubster’s got a point:

Oh my.