Posts tagged with ‘fathers’

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What Do Stay-At-Home Dads Do All Day?

by Al Watts

A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by the Chicago Tribune for a story about stay-at-home dads. The reporter asked me the usual questions: how did I become a stay-at-home dad (my wife made more money), what my typical day is like (a whirlwind I often don’t remember) and how I parent differently than my […]

City Dads Group Helps Start and Grow Dad Groups

by The National At-Home Dad Network

The National At-Home Dad Network is excited to announce a partnership with City Dads Group. City Dads Group is a diverse and growing community of fathers who take an active role in their children’s lives. They seek to bring fathers together in person and online to socialize, learn and support each other. Currently, they host Meetup […]

What It Means To Be a Man

by Chris Bernholdt

Stay at Home Dads like myself are sick of being called babysitters. We are tired of the stink eyes at the park. We are frustrated with this belief that a man can’t be affectionate towards his kids. We are fed up with people who think dads who stay at home are babysitters and not primary […]

Stuff Dads Say : By Mark Vander Ley

Mark Vander Ley is a Christian husband, father, and therapist. He is passionate about helping parents navigate the sometimes-difficult path of parenthood.  Check out his new book caled Stuff Dads Say : The Most Important Messages From Dad. For the next few days his book will be available FREE as a downloadable Kindle version.

Thank You At-Home Dads!

by Al Watts

Today we launched a new and improved website for The National At-Home Dad Network here at AtHomeDad.org. Hit the Comment Section and let us know what you think! The site is an extension of our mission to provide education, support and advocacy for fathers who are the primary caregivers of their children and the hard […]

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