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A unique, and comedic look into the world of a stay at home dad.

Owner: russjns

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Language: English

Tags: dad, fatherhood, kids, humor, family

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Latest Blog Posts for The Stay At Homer

  • Diaper Debacle
    on Jun 8, 2010 in Uncategorized
    Why is changing a diaper so damn difficult?  You don’t have to answer that. I know why.  It’s because my little dude, who used to lay on the changing table with a big ol’ smile on his face, has recently decided that laying on his...
  • We’re Getting a Dog First
    on Jun 2, 2010 in Thoughts
    Let me get this straight.  You want to get a dog to prepare you for the responsibility of having a child?   Gayle and I actually pondered this as well, before we put the Noble bun in the oven.  And then, about 15 seconds later, we decided it was a...
  • God’s Perfect Creations
    on May 31, 2010 in Uncategorized
    I guess if you were to ask me my current views on the perfection of God’s creation, the human, I would have to say that I think there is one monumental flaw. I have been contemplating this flaw for the past few days and I just can’t seem...
  • Favorite Kid Videos
    on May 27, 2010 in Videos
    More because I just want a place where I can see all of these without having to search for them on Youtube, here are a few of my favorite kid vids:...
  • Renaissance Faire
    on May 25, 2010 in Uncategorized
    I’d never been to a Renaissance Faire before.  This was fun!  We were offered some free tickets to The Renaissance Pleasure Faire from a mommy friend, and couldn’t pass it up.  It was a great way for Noble to hang out with his buddy Al...
  • Onions
    on May 23, 2010 in Uncategorized
    There’s not much to write about here, but there’s so much to see.  Is it evil of me that I enjoyed this image so much, it caused me to race for the camera?  Here are mother and son, in the middle of making some damn good ratatouille. Th...
  • Parent From The Gut
    on May 21, 2010
    As a parent, you are expected, in a timely manner, to reach milestones like introducing solids, crawling, walking, algebra, invent green energy, etc.  I feel like I’m faced with a constant barometer of how shitty I am at parenting.  For examp...
  • So You Want Kids?
    on May 18, 2010 in Uncategorized
    If there’s one question I get asked all the time, it’s, “Hey Russ, first of all, you look amazing in that gray sweatshirt!  I’m so glad you wear it every day!  But more importantly, I’m thinking about having a kid!  M...
  • My Crappy Relationship With Poop
    on May 15, 2010 in Uncategorized
    One of the biggest changes from a childless life to one with children has been my relationship to poop. Before children, I did not think about poop. I did not talk about poop. I did not desire to look at poop.  Poop and I weren’t really friend...
  • Before Kids and After Kids
    on May 13, 2010 in Uncategorized
    Here is my face  before I had kids. I had tons of energy, ready to stay up late and push my physical body to the limits. I would actually watch theatre til 11pm and then perform, myself,at midnight. And then I would wake up and do it all again the n...
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