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Male Posted 15 September - I don't think we have enough information to. We know Sasuke was absent and Naruto works too much because the manga tells us. The manga tells us next to nothing about Hinata and Sakura as mothers.
All we know is 1 what we saw in Gaiden and 2 that the kids seems to like and get alone with their mothers. Of course, I am not sure how much to run with number 2 in a series that ret-cons a bunch while also being plagued with internal consistency issues.
So, it's never impossible for Kishimoto to suddent create new material that dumps all over that assumption.
As to 1 Gaiden makes Sakura look terrible; not that anyone in the series cares. Much of Sarada's existenial crisis is created because Sakura tells her nothing and then when she finds out cannot be straight with her for reasons that are a total mystery.
She destroyed their house over it. At the same time, Sarada loves and respects her, except this one issue. What do we know about Hinata the mom?
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