That’s right! The domain name, this website and all content, is for sale! The kids are now all in school or grown up (matter of opinion) and as of next week, I start a new job and will no longer be working from home or consider myself a stay-at-home-dad. My new work opportunity means
This article from The Telegraph in the UK asks questions many stay-at-home dads have been asking for years… You can read the full article here.
Australia Stay-at-home dads make up a very small portion of the Australian population. The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that less than 1% of fathers are stay-at-home dads, even though women make up 45% of the workforce. Because of this, there are few role models or resources that can help Australian fathers with the stay-at-home dad role. Canada Over a 20-year period
Stay-at-home dads have been seen in increasing numbers in Western culture, especially in Canada, the UK and the United States since the late 20th century. In developed East Asian nations such as Japan and South Korea, this practice is less common. There are several reasons why some families feel that it would be more beneficial for the father to be the primary caregiver while the