Tag Archives: Stay-at-home-dad

Learning to let go.

The boy is four and a half and has several friends on the street, who are 1 to several years older. Several times a week, in the afternoon, he’ll hear them playing outside and always begs to join them. Historically, … Continue reading

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State of the Street

Recently, a neighbor told us that she was pregnant and expecting her first child in November, very close to Will’s birthday. We were thrilled for her, she will make an amazing mother. Soon after that news, I started thinking about … Continue reading

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Recent NPR story on SAHDs

The other day, I caught part of this on the radio. Here is the entire story: “Stay-At-Home Dads, Breadwinner Moms And Making It All Work” Link to the story and 200+ comments

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Christmas List

Following Will’s sense of order and preparation, today, out of nowhere he asked that I write down his Christmas list. As of today, here is what he wants for Christmas: Concorde toy plane Jumbo Jet Pen Butterfly toy Obama airplane … Continue reading

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Save the little things they say

Yesterday, at, as my friend Todd calls it, the “BM” (Ballard Market), one of the check out folks spoke to Will as I loaded our supplies on the check out belt. Asked him his age and he replied “4”. Next … Continue reading

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School Picture Day

Talk about pressure….today is THE day. People have been asking about it; just the other day Will’s grandma asked when it was taking place. Notices were posted at school, a month ago, announcing the details. Today is school picture day. … Continue reading

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SAHD stats

Just came across these stats about SAHDs and thought worth passing on. First, from the “National At-home Dad Network” : What is an “At-Home Dad”? Definition– An at-home dad (also called stay-at-home dad or SAHD) is any father who is the daily, primary … Continue reading

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Stay at Home Dads online

Since I left the cubicle farm, I haven’t made much of an effort to find and connect with other Stay at home dads (SAHD) in the area. And I kinda regret that. Today, heard on the radio that there are … Continue reading

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Better late than never

It’s been about 10 months since my last post but I’m “refocusing” a few things in my life and getting back to this blog is one of them. What has happened since last October….oh, so very much. First, Will continues … Continue reading

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Big difference between 4 and 5

It is a common problem, i’ve had for years, there is a huge jump from 4 to 5 runs per week. Maybe I’m lazy or over sensitive to soreness but getting in 5 runs isn’t happening. This is my 6th … Continue reading

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