The research on dads this year may not be as salacious as, say, the theories about why dad-to-be Anthony Weiner would risk his career and marriage by ...
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Someday I hope to uncover a grand theory that unifies all of my life's pursuits, but for now, I'm content finding a few parallels between being a writer and a stay-at-home dad.
Just as the changes in women's roles have been difficult, so have men's. We need to acknowledge and respect -- not belittle -- the impact these changes have had on both genders.
The dad at the playground or at the "Mommy and Me" playgroup doesn't have to cower over in the corner.
Parents with babies around Mr. F's age have noticed that it's difficult to tell when their baby is acting out of true need and when their baby is testing boundaries.
After speaking with dozens of working dads, one thing is blazingly clear: working dads of today are feeling the stress of work/family balance in ways that previous generations never experienced.
With the impact of the recession, 80 percent of people laid off are men. Whether the role of full time Dad is a conscious decision to or due to circumstance, fatherhood is evolving.
Here is proof that gender doesn't matter when it comes to childrearing. I'm not his mama, but he's perfectly happy.
Stay-at-home dads are becoming more and more common in the Great Recession and this guy gives them a bad name.
Dads are helping out with childrearing more and more these days. The result can be both a boon and a letdown for super-moms, whose self-competence can...
Aside from the fact that my wife was robbed, our son's birthday party was perfect. Just in case you've never experienced a kids party in NYC, let me explain a few things.
I have not watched a newscast since my last day on air and now everything I require is on my iPhone.
They are among the 5.1 million people across the country who have lost jobs in a recession that has put more men than women out of work, according to ...
I am a stay-at-home Dad and having been the primary caregiver of my fourteen-month old son, the phrase "power through" is back in my life.
As I continue to face the realities of working vs. staying at home these days, one thing is for certain -- I never laughed as hard, or as often, at work as I do hanging out with kids.
I believe my stay-at-home status precipitated a phase in my three-year-old son recently that wasn't a laughing matter at all. He began to favor one parent over another.
In my limited experience as a stay-at-home dad, I've noticed that parents will pay big for just about any kind of recreational activity. Running, jumping, and playing are all red-hot commodities.
I feel a tingle of personal validation racing up and down my spine now that "men at home" is becoming a topic of national interest.
A sunny morning in the affluent London suburb of Wimbledon, and the atmosphere in the playgroup is jolly, but a good deal quieter than you would expec...
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