It's working for ArabBabaThatsMe T
Dubai United Arab Emirates, Dubai
"I'm working with the government ministries as well as local education magazines in terms of educating the community on parental engagement, striking down the taboo of stay at home dads and getting more father involvement in child raising."
It all seems to work out. The best plans often times don’t happen. Take it a step at a time. Oh, and start buying diapers every week from the time you find out your pregnant. REALLY helps with the cost – hahaha.
I’m an Arab Stay at Home Father. I’m based in Dubai and I’m married to an American. We have a 6 year old and a 2 year old. I had planned to go back to work. But after having our oldest, having a nanny (which is normal here) seemed like the worst thing we could do.
I’m a dad so I didn’t have much of a choice 🙂
How much criticism I would have for the choices we made as parents.