Happy Father’s Day from Babble Soft
Jun 16 2007

Life With Father: What Kids Get From Time With Dad written by Sue Shellenbarger, writer for the Wall Street Journal’s Work and Family section begins with “Amid Father’s Day celebrations this week, many young dads will be harboring a little secret guilt: They feel they should be more like moms — traditional ones, that is, who spend a lot of time at home.”

thom singer

You might wonder why I’m writing about this particular article and the answer is because a friend of mine, Thom Singer, is quoted in it!  I’ve known Thom Singer and his wife for a few years now, and he is one of the few guys I know who actually used to be a stay-at-home dad when his kids were little.  I have several friends who have stay-at-home husbands but I don’t see their husbands very often.  Thom and I run in the same business circles here in Austin, and he’s proud of the fact that he was a stay-at-home dad which is refreshing in an often old-school, male dominated business environment here in Texas.  I recently saw him at a local Texchange event where out of 120 attendees less than about 20 were women.

Since Thom has been a blogger for quite some time (check out his blog at Some Assembly Required) he has been a great person to talk with about establishing my blog!

Happy Father’s Day to all you great Dads out there!


p.s. Don’t forget that our 20% off Father’s Day code, FATHER#1, is good through the end of the month (June 2007).

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One Comment on “Happy Father’s Day from Babble Soft”

  1. 1 Jmcq said at 7:21 PM on May 12th, 2008:

    My son was a stay at home dad when his son was young. He was incredibly fortunate to be able to make the choice and his son was fortunate to have dad around so much during those early years. Here’s hoping more dads can make that choice. Happy Father’s Day to the dads.