By Billy Doidge Kilgore The Washington Post Thu., March 29, 2018 When my wife returned to work after parental leave, I took my first trip to the grocery with two kids, not knowing I would return home feeling like a hero. On a Monday morning, I pushed the green cart with flame decals through the second set of sliding doors and toward the deli. My 3-year-old son was strapped in the seat and my 3-month-old son was wrapped against my chest. As a stay-a-home father, strolling through the grocery, I felt conflicting emotions — love for caring for my sons and frustration with being an unemployed 37-year-old dad. At the deli, I exchanged pleasantries with a young woman behind the counter and ordered a pound of sliced turkey breast. I was immediately surrounded by a group of female employees. They leaned close to admire my infant son as he raised his bald head from the green cloth wrap. Read more: Working from home comes with own set of challenges for parents Article Continued Below Helicopter parenting stunts kids’ emotional growth, psychotherapist says Biologist Jennifer Verdolin on parenting wisdom from the animal world “I never could get mine to like the… Read full this story
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