A plate for Santa and the Reindeer. Santa gets a Popsicle because he’s from the North pole and he likes things that are cold, or at least that was the reasoning of our four year old when he put the plate together. Rudolph got the celery cause he’s special.
The podcast is on hiatus for the Holiday season but will be back in 2011 with more of the great dad whining, beer talk, and stories from the front lines of Stay at Home Fatherhood. Have a wonderful and safe holiday season.
Band of SAHD podcast is moving to a new night and time, well new night anyway. Tune in Wednesday nights at 11 PM Eastern (8 PM Pacific) to hear co-hosts Chris and James talk about parenting, beer, back hair and whatever else they come up with. Two stay at home dads who have who have both made the decision to be at home parents talk about the highs and lows of parenting. We hope you join us each and every Wednesday night and add to the conversation via the live chat and call in with questions and comments of your own. You can also download the podcast to listen in your car, at the beach, or where ever your phone or music player takes you.
Compared with at-home moms, who outnumber them by more than 5 to 1, at-home dads face a bigger stigma among would-be employers, and they often have fewer opportunities to network from home. Also, they are returning to a labor market where men have suffered major setbacks; heavy job losses in male-dominated industries and middle management have led pundits to label the latest downturn the “he-cession.”