- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 24, 2001


• "The Stay-at-Home Parent Survival Guide: Real Life Advice from Moms, Dads and Other Experts A to Z," by Christina Baglivi Tinglof, NTC Publishing Group, 2000. The author is a mother of twins and a former travel writer for various newspapers.

• "Diary of a Mad Househusband: Musings on Life as a Stay-at-Home Dad," by Joseph Oberle, Kimm Publishing, 1996. Mr. Oberle writes humorously about his experiences making the transition from work force to housework.


• The At-Home Dad Network, 61 Brightwood Ave., North Andover, Mass. 01845. Phone: 978/685-7931. Web: www.athomedad.com. Peter Baylies, a stay-at-home father since 1992, started the network in 1994 to help men like himself connect with others and to share information. He publishes a quarterly newsletter.

On line

DCMetroDads, an informal group of stay-at-home fathers, most of whom live in the Northern Virginia area, has a Web site (www.dcmetrodads.com) with information about the group and upcoming social events.

• Jay Massey, a Florida stay-at-home father, maintains a comprehensive Web site for stay-at-home fathers at www.slowlane.com.

• Hal Levy, a former stay-at-home father in New Jersey, has a Web site (www.daddyshome.com) with recipes, links and other useful information for fathers.

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