Charting a New Path Back for Dads
“As a stay-at-home dad, I can’t measure what I gained, but it was the most important job I ever imagined. Tough as hell, incredibly delightful.”
“I still get funny looks for being a great cook, using a sewing machine, and knowing a lot about house cleaning.”
This is a comment by ogwriter and Joan on the post “Why Dads Matter: A Feminist Mom’s Perspective”. Ogwriter is tired of all of the division in the household as far as the media talking about who supposedly is biologically better at partenting, and Joan reminds us that a family is about people and work, not just individuals earning gold stars.