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The Rise of the Stay-at-Home Dadnew

Paul Schwartz and the East Bay Dads represent a growing contingent of men who are quitting their day jobs to change diapers while their wives work full time to support the family. Though the recession has played a part in the shifting demographic, for many families, the dad's transition to domesticity was a calculated choice.
East Bay Express  |  Caitlin Esch  |  03-24-2010  |  Culture

How the Recession Created a New Breed of Stay-at-Home Dadsnew

When the economy finally collapsed a few months back, my short-lived run as the only stay-at-home dad in the neighborhood evaporated along with tens of thousands of jobs. Dads began popping up everywhere. At the park. At the library for Storytime. At Baby Gap.
New York Press  |  Chuck Pagano  |  06-18-2009  |  Culture

New Dad Sam Prekop on the Sea and Cake and His Newbornsnew

This is Prekop's first time back on the road since the birth of his twins, and as much as a handful as two newborns surely are, Prekop admits that leaving them behind for a few weeks will be a touch difficult.
New York Press  |  Brian Heater  |  11-06-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

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