Hello Randy,Someone has read your post. Just wanted to let you know.I am not technically a stay at home dad, but I am home with them most of the time. I only work once every 3 days & wife works full time so I'm it.Its a chore and I feel lazy sometimes right now. I like to take on big projects around the house, but with two little ones its hard. There's always a diaper to change, a mouth to feed, a room to clean up, or one of them is ready for a nap. I just don't feel like breaking into a project during the day...that's the lazy part. When they get older I'll be more active around the house, but right now I'm Mr Mom.I definitely get the looks. I'm stern with the boys right now and I'm always getting called on it from the wife. I also get "the look" for a myriad of other things, but I try to take it all in stride. My wife and I have a good situation and a good relationship. I'm trying to be stern now so I won't have to as much later...she's balancing that out to some degree. I feel what I do is right so I don't let her looks get to me. I do however take them as a suggestion to slightly modify my behavior. Hmmmm.......who's in charge here?I love this though and they won't be this size for long. Whenever my oldest (4) asks me to do something now I try not to be too busy for him. At least for a few minutes even if I am busy. Its a great time.John
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