A SAHD who is totally metal about it all? AWESOME. If I'm ever fortunate enough to stop working, this is the kind of dad I want to be. Gotta have a sense of humor about the experiences and everything that goes along with it.
Edit: I was asked to expand upon why I think this fits here:
"I think seeing men taking on "traditionally" female roles and how they interact with those roles is part of changing how we perceive them.
Making stay-at-home fatherhood a positive thing is part of making it accepted socially.
When I was asked to write posts for this blog I was told to write about things that interested me— the role of a stay-at-home father interests me. Child rearing is something that has been primarily the role of women in the US for at least the past century or so. This is interesting to me because I want it to be one of my primary goals in a few years.
And that's why I think it fits."