Posts tagged Stay-At-Home-Dads
4 Daily Routines For Stay-At-Home Dads with Their Kids

As the relations between genders are changing, a growing number of fathers decides to spend some time of their parenthood as stay-at-home dads. This amazing experience can be somewhat demanding for some dads, especially if they have to come up with interesting activities all day long. Because of that, I’ve decided to share some activities I did with my kids when they were toddlers.

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7 Facts You Never Thought About Stay-at-Home Dads

As a young, single individual or maybe a young married individual without kids or the occasional parent who is set in their ways, the idea of a stay-at-home dad (SAHD) might seem taboo. But, to some families, it sounds like the ideal world. As our societal norms have evolved, most people have come to view the stereotypical “Leave It To Beaver” family set up as a close-minded view of marriage and a completely archaic idea.I mean, who says moms are the only ones who can stay at home with the kids? Am I right, dads?

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Many More Men Say They Want To Be Stay-At-Home Dads Than Actually Are

In response to Charles Murray’s piece about celebrating the social value of stay-at-home wives and mothers, my colleague Jim Tankersley asked (via Twitter) an excellent question: Why focus on stay-at-home women rather than stay-at-home men, given that women are accumulating more human capital than their male counterparts? Young women are more likely to get college degrees today than men are; doesn’t that suggest that women’s comparative advantage might lie in the workplace, while men’s lies at home?

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The Challenges Of Being A Gay Stay-At-Home Dad

"I guess I felt more like a mom than a dad," my friend Brad said. I had asked him about how he parents and whether he thought his style was more akin to a stereotypical mother or father. The two of us were sitting at a café in our neighborhood in San Francisco, debriefing after our stints as stay-at-home gay dads. Both of us were still only weeks out of stay-at-home life, and were trying to make sense of the experience. We were talking about whether we, as gay men and as parents, identified more with our male or female straight counterparts.

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