<I think it's weird and my dad was a SAHD in my older years (junior high +) . I just couldn't be married to a man that wanted to SAH. He's got to be the providor. >
how very open minded of you .
We are also a SAHD family.
Mel - proud mommy to:
Ryan (5/10/05), Dylan (7/13/07), an angel (8/26/09), BABY GIRL (EDD 6/28/10) and three spoiled furbabies (6/21/00)
<He seems to be under the impression that life will be easy cause they will all be in the teen years or close to it.
This is identical to our situation.. I'm so not good at doing stuff at home, except cooking.
It's natural for men to work and be the providors. Why do women always want to take on the man role and constantly prove how EQUAL they are...which they aren't, and never will be and men will never look at them in that aspect. So get over it and deal with it.
Well I hope all works out for you in your nice 1800's view point of the world.