The requirements of my job are changing. My kids now need me to do less for them. If they have outgrown me, then what do I need to do for them now?
Forty percent of men go to the doctor only when they fear they have a serious medical condition. Not knowing your health status could be deadly.
All those good things I get to share with my child as a stay-at-home dad doesn’t stop that drive, that urge, to get back to a job.
This SAHD found he was lucky on most days if I was able to get the dishwasher unloaded before my wife came home from her job.
Kori Reed and Mike Becker, husband and wife, are authors of the book, ‘ZagZig Parenting: (Mis)Adventures of a Career-Driven Mom and a Stay-at-Home Dad.’
Brian Craig, aka Pete Gilbert, of our Indianapolis Dads Group published ‘Lone Pair of Blue Jeans in a Sea of Yoga Pants’ about his time as a SAHD of three.