The Cost of Fatherhood for an American Stay-at-Home Dad in Sweden
Meghan Nesmith

I was thiiiiis close to moving to Malmo about two years ago for a job, but I ended up having visa trouble — at least in the sense that it would take me a while as an american to get a visa and the Swedish office within my company needed me to start within 6 weeks or less. I am really happy with the way things have worked out for me, but I still wish I could’ve made this move work. I know I would feel a lot more confident about having children vs trying to afford anything at all in the Bay Area.

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