New York Times Article and Fathers Lounges

I completely agree, many of these issues have been central to my life since my son was born and my husband became a stay at home dad. We fortunately did find a church that acknowledged and incorporate these things. He even started working at the church last year and it is a second home for our son. We knew we were blessed to find them. I hope more places make the dad-friendly transition, fathers need the social structure to change so they can have better opportunities for outtings with their kids.

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