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The stake presidency has keys for the stake administration, it doesn't have any keys in a home.  

I'd argue the father with priesthood of any kind is the one who presides over anything in that home.

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4 hours ago, rpn said:

The stake presidency has keys for the stake administration, it doesn't have any keys in a home.  

I'd argue the father with priesthood of any kind is the one who presides over anything in that home.

Or, the mother in the absence of a father, even if sons hold the AP.   cf. Elder Oaks' talk on this very thing, when his mother presided as head of the home.

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On 3/16/2020 at 9:06 PM, mnn727 said:

Ah, so my wife presides? 😄

My wife is listed in Tools as the Head of Household, so that means she is in charge! Not that she wasn't already!

The HoH thing is due to her being a widow when we got married, and the ward clerk never updated it after I arrived in the family. I haven't bothered him to change it. If it doesn't occur to him (he's my new nephew, btw) than I'm cool with it. It changes nothing in the house one way or the other.

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