A friend sent this over to me this morning, and at first I was worried that it was going to end up as a #notallmen-type sidetracking. However, it actually ended up speaking to some things that I've always kind of felt but not quite formed into full thoughts and, at least to my tired Thursday brain, dealt with fatherhood in a way aimed to be respectful to the powerful stories about motherhood we hear. If part of the feminism is working against the damaging effects of strict gender roles for men and women, which I think it should be, normalizing domestic roles for men seems like an important part of the conversation. Also, I'm sick of the "can women have it all?" discussion, so this in some ways a nice departure from that. In other ways it wasn't, but hey, you can't get everything you want. I'm not to keen on the title, but I have a feeling that it was chosen by an editor and not the author. But, I'm curious - what do other people think?