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Daddy's Little Buddy

My husband is not your typical stay-at-home dad. He enjoys being with our son even on days that are more challenging than others...
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"Men who are at home with their kids don’t have the tight knit community that mothers do. And so often they feel like they are the only ones doing this. It’s starting to become not so abnormal to have a father staying home with the kids due to the economy. For us, it was more about what is best for our family financially at this time..." Read more at Arizona Mama

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