I don't think
you can aim higher than being a stay-at-home parent. Being dedicated to
your job, whether earning money or taking care of the kids, and being
dedicated to working out a mutually agreeable lifestyle with your
partner are some of the highest goals you can have.|
Like I'm really one to talk. Many of you know that Kathie and I were separated awhile back, then got back together about nine months ago. Well we're on the way out again - this time headed for the big D. A few months ago I started to send email with advice for everyone who was struggling with their relationship, but now I'm not sure I have valid advice.
I've been too reclusive with all this stress and conflict. Will get out more.
Zig & Ali Main wrote:
_________________________________________________________________________ - To post on the mailing list, simply send email to cinci_dads@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx - Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to cinci_dads-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. - Our webpage: http://www.cincinnatidads.com/ - Online, searchable archives of the list are available at //www.freelists.org/archives/cinci_dads Should you have any questions about anything, please feel free to contact http://www.cincinnatidads.com/ (Cinci Dads) or ctelling@xxxxxxx (mailing list problems)Hi all! I'm not a great one on the philosophy of being a stay-home dad (just a pragmatist, I'm afraid). However, I've just been struck with a poser of a question. My 7 year-old second grader has been doing all about careers at school and he has decided that he wants to be a stay-home dad. Tomorrow is Careers Day and the kids are to go dressed up for their future careers and Caleb is going to go as a stay-home dad (in shorts and T-shirt). Whilst I am overjoyed that he considers it to be such a positive thing to do, part of me thinks that I should be encouraging him to aim somewhat higher. Views, please (Yes, PLEASE, as I really don't know what to say to him). Many thanks, Zig