Because dads don't always think like moms.
The following extract is from an article on Stay-at-Home Dads in Nob Hill Gazette.
“When I first became an at-home dad, my son
was about six-months old, so caring for him was my main focus. As time went on, we realized there
was a need in the marketplace for information and resources to support the growing number of at-home
dads, so I started www.GreatDad.com as a way to do this. We’re so lucky that we live in the Bay Area
where dads get positive reinforcement from family, friends and the community.”
routine they’ve set up, Paul and the kids explore SF — wandering through the Exploratorium, bowling
at the Presidio Bowling Center, and a family favorite — kite flying at Crissy Field. “Never missing
out on the key moments in my children’s lives is the number one joy!” says Paul. “I’m there for
every school music show, every theater event, every parent-teacher conference. There’s nothing like
the look on your child’s face when you show up at school or on a field trip and they can point and
say, ‘That’s my dad.’ ”
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