I can't help but wonder about the 'flexibility' that some posters have referred to in their role as stay at home parents. I couldn't do anything but hold my baby for the first six months of his life, otherwise he cried and cried...and wouldn't sleep. I'm sure many babies aren't like this but I wouldn't suggest that Mums to be should be expecting their baby to be flexible about Mummy doing the housework or getting Daddy's laundry done for him. And napping while the baby is asleep? Many, many babies spend their first year or so cat napping during the day. I could never master the art of the power nap our the nano nap...there just didn't seem to be anything too flexible about having a baby in the house....gorgeous...but not flexible...sometimes I think Daddy's just need to grow up a bit...and realise that they are no longer the baby in the house and that they need to help out.
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