At the age of 33 I gave up a career I was proud of to become a stay-at-home dad.
The decision was not immediate; I started by taking paternity leave, then shared parental leave, then my wife Naomi and I both worked fewer days. But becoming a father had given me purpose. I wanted to dedicate myself to my children and there was no balance to be struck: work took me away when I felt I should be home. Continue reading “Being brave: five years as a stay-at-home dad”