said by Gone:
I could have had a stay at home dad for all you know.
I think it's nice that father's are stepping up and taking charge for the caring of their children if their wife wants to continue their career in the workforce.
My husband's home 3 of 5 days of the week with our son, the other 2 he's in daycare. Which works well as Nathan gets interaction with children, and his speech is improving like crazy (he throws fits if I try to teach him new words, read to him, or sing to him, but has no problems if his teachers do it, go figure).
My job is the main breadwinner and provides our benefits, but without my husband's additional income from working full time in the evenings, we'd be absolutely sunk. We're only crawling out of our hole of debt now because of him switching to full time in the evenings, vs previously only working part time.
Our schedule is a lot different than most, but for now, works for us.--
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