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Stay-at-Home Dad Relationships

Stay-at-home life isn't all about the kids. It is essential that a stay-at-home dad maintain an adult balance in his life. Getting away from the chaos on a occasion and keeping strong relationships with family and friends is a must.

When Stay-at-Home Dads get a Break
For a stay-at-home dad, getting a break is not just vital, it is cherished. So many opportunities await a few hours of freedom from the family. It’s time to relax, have fun and catch a breath or all and more at the same time.

Stay-at-Home Dads Office Sports Fun
There’s no doubt that when leaving the workforce a stay-at-home dad loses some social outlets. One of the biggest may be sports talk and activities. Most men enjoy the ins and outs of the games, and the kids probably don’t care that the home team blew a 44-point lead. The 3-year-old’s fantasy team prospects probably aren’t that great, either. But there is no reason to miss out on that ath…

Find Fellow Stay-at-Home Dads
Fellow stay-at-home dads aren't always visible, but with a little effort finding and meeting other SAHDs isn't that difficult.

Connecting with Stay-at-Home Moms
Stay-at-home dads are bound to run into stay-at-home moms at some point. So it only makes sense for the sides to figure out a way to interact in a positive fashion.

Getting a Guilt-Free Breakaway
Stay-at-home dads require a break from the action from time to time, but it can be tough getting it without feeling guilty. With some work, it is possible to get away without feeling bad about how it affects the rest of the family.

Simple Ways For a SAHD to Get Away with the Wife
Stay-at-home dads need to take advantage of even the slightest opportunities to get take a break from the kids and have a relationship refresher with his spouse.

How to Have a Happy Marriage When You're Busy Parenting
Sometimes when you have children, the relationship with your significant other can take a back seat. Here are some ways to make sure this relationship remains strong (or grows stronger) and still have time for the kids.

Tips to Gain Some Quality Time in Your Marriage
Many couples today find that being married doesn't guarantee that they will have quality time with one another. If you are both busy, you have to plan to spend time together. Here are some ideas.

Key Questions to Ask a Potential Babysitter
Before you choose your child's babysitter, consider these 25 all-important questions to ask to feel comfortable and confident in leaving your youngster under someone else's care.

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