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research from the Office of National Statistics shows that there are now 200,000 men staying at home to bring up their children – almost double the number there were in 1993, when official records began.

 

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 Home Dad offers you free membership on their website and gives you acess to its discussion forum and chatroom. The website also has news, features, information and details of upcoming events, such as meetings and days out. They are a supportive community that’s worth joining if you’re a stay at home dad.

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