Raising our children has been the greatest achievement of my life, to date. The rewards for both child and parent are infinite and watching my children grow has been the best job I've ever had. The information in this site is from my personal experience and I'm hoping other Dadz will share their experiences.
is different but they all do the same things-sleep, eat, cry, pee and
poop, play and explore, and develop new skills-with his or her own
style, personality and sense of timing, right from the beginning. A
baby may be quite active and lively or calm and mellow; may approach
life as a leader, a follower or may be sensitive and bothered by
little things; may be an explorer and/or may like to test out a new
Most babies establish a reliable routine within the
first few months(3-6 months) but some never seem to establish
a babies are different in personality and responses to life, so are
the way that parents respond to them. Some children are definitely
easier to raise then others and for the children that aren't, remember
patience, persistence and a whole lot of love is needed.
This site is a non-profit, informational portal and was written by
myself, a stay-at-home dad. It may have a male perspective
concerning childcare, so you may be surprised by some of my methods. With
more woman in the workforce, it's time for us men to take over the
responsibility of childcare.
By donating, you are supporting the continued development and cost to maintain this site. A small donation can be accepted with all proceeds used to keep the flow of free childcare advice going for Stay-at-Home Dadz. I hope you enjoy this site and find some useful childcare advice.