The Case for Stay at Home Parents
Emma Lindsay

I know you’re talking about San Francisco, so take this as a discussion and not a retort. But out where the only thing we startup is either a 2 or 4 stroke, most people are dying to spend more time with their kids. At least most people who have their lives halfway together. Seems like all the parents I know split their free time between 1 hobby and their kids. No doubt, your average dad would feel some kinda way about being a stay at home dad, but neither men nor women are getting that option. Unless a parent can figure out an at-home business, or if their economically bottomed out.

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