"I'm @thedadmom and I'm here to tell you that gender shouldn't dictate who brings home the bacon and who fries it up in a pan. My wife Amy and I met at church and have been married for almost ten years. Around the time our twin girls were born, Amy was a manager at a major cell phone company. She had amazing health benefits and better pay than me at that time, so it just made more sense for me to be the stay-at-home parent. There is definitely a lot of stigma around men being stay-at-home dads and women being the breadwinners, but the truth is being a good parent has nothing to do with the stereotypical roles. And let me assure you that being a stay-at-home dad is not taking the easy way out. In fact, it's probably harder than any other job I've ever had and you don't get sick days. People will ask me, "what do you do all day?" My response is, " you mean besides being sleep deprived, changing diapers, holding two screaming crying babies 24/7, cleaning in between babies naps and having zero free time for myself? Not much!" However, I wouldn't trade this experience for the world and have loved every minute of it. My two baby girls, Gracie and Sophia, fill my life with so much love and joy. So here's to all the super parents out there who are doing their best to raise good humans. P.s. As I was typing this Gracie spit up directly in my eye and all over my face. Now I'm just laughing, because sometimes that's all you can do."