btw, just a side rant. Why do Mom’s have the market on parenting? Going through parenting websites and flipping through parenting books, it’s always assumed that I’m a woman.
I get email updates from baby center, after registering that I was male, telling me about what’s going on with your breasts, or how to get your husband more involved.
And then there’s the awkwardness when I take Stellar to the children’s play area in Chapters Bookstore. There’s usually a crowd of random women laughing it up as they watch over their kids. I walk in and have a seat, and there’s a sudden silence. Shh.. there’s a male here.
Of course, as I walk about, more often than not, I usually overhear them ridiculing their husbands.
I know there’s nothing like a mother’s love, but plenty of dad’s got game too!
A few sites for just for dads