Stay-at-Home Dads Forge New Identities, Roles
More Fathers Than Ever Are Primary Caregivers
Sunday, June 17, 2007; Page A01
It could have been any play group in the Washington area, except for the diaper bags. No Vera Bradley flowers, no pastel polka dots. The bags lying around Matt Vossler's Rockville  living room Tuesday afternoon were dark Eddie Bauer  canvas. One was red but, as its owner quickly pointed out, "very metrosexual."
"Potty training was a lot of angst for me," Vossler, 43, a onetime paralegal, told the group.