Stay At Home Dads Should Adopt These Habits To Make Parenting More Enjoyable

Out with the old and in with the new. Before 1970, the stay-at-home dad percentage was less than one percent among married fathers. Careerbuilder.com even conducted an annual survey calculating how many dads would choose to stay home in the past decade. The site concluded that four out of ten dads would stay home if their families were situated correctly. With more dads electing to remain with the kids, they need to be prepared. Taking on this role means a new lifestyle, so here are the best habits for a successful stay at home dad.

Please, Embrace Your Role

Please, Embrace Your Role

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Maybe it’s the pride society has filled dads with, but many of them dislike being called stay at home dads. That way of thinking has to go if you’re going do great things in this role.

We understand that saying that’s what you do might stir up some unwanted opinions, but that’s just something you’re going to have to get over. Along these same lines, you must also know how to roll with the punches better than Ali.