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I was listening to Gayle King this morning on my way into work.She was talking about the rising number of men that are stay at home dads, what is your take on this




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      Max0125 wrote Jan 25, 2011
    • Whatever works for the relationship and the family. I am seeing more men realy taking more of an active role in parenting which I think is great.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jan 25, 2011
    • I am thinking that since the economy is what it is companies are hiring more women since they cost less than men.

      That would be 1 take....

      The other is women now want to work and are focusing on their careers more making it possible for stay at home dads.




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      Frannie1964 wrote Jan 25, 2011
    • Whatever works for the couple and if they agree on it and it makes them happy and the family happy then more power to them.hearthappy




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      Tuliplady wrote Jan 25, 2011
    • My dad was the stay at home dad and/or house husband for many years.  Mom is a nurse and she could make way more money than dad.  I can remember mom working nights when I was little because that shift paid more and dad fed us kids and got us off to school.  You do what you gotta do to get by.




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      Diane17 wrote Jan 25, 2011
    • My husband has been a stay at home dad off and on since 2008.  He has a few guy friends who have also been or are stay at home dads.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jan 27, 2011
    • I’ve done a period of time that my 1st husband was a mom/dad because of lack of work for men and I worked. This was many moons ago when we lived in New Mexico and our children were small, back in the early 70’s.  

      I have to say it surprised me to see this ecomonic situation surface again in my life time. I
      get that women who are paid less for the better paid jobs, be it lawyer or doctor or Indian Chief, but I also think women have risen in value in the work place.  

      Cathie




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