A recent survey finds that fewer fathers want to be stay-at-home parents after the baby showers and diaper cakes. The number who would give up their jobs – if their spouses could support the family comfortably – has dropped substantially over the past few years. Career Builder says in this economy, more and more dads are focused on financial stability.
Our Josh Levs spoke with a diverse group of dads about how the economy is impacting them. They opened up about topics you rarely, if ever, hear men discuss publicly: Are you jealous of stay-at-home moms? Are you a better dad than yours was? If you’re a “successful” father, what will you have achieved?
We hear from a stay-at-home father; a single dad whose first wife died when their two children were babies; a father who adopted a daughter with his male partner; and two dads in more traditional situations.
And join Josh Levs, Betty Nguyen, TJ Holmes and Reynolds Wolf tomorrow morning in the CNN Newsroom, beginning 6am ET/3am PT.