Fatherhood today is far different from previous generations. Stay-at-home dads are increasingly common, and growing numbers of men are working part-time or flextime schedules to spend more time with their children. Dads today are more emotionally and physically involved on the home front. They are "all in", and - like mothers - they are struggling with work-life balance and doing it all.
Jay Ramsay got a terrifying phone call at the office. Thirty-seven weeks into his wife’s pregnancy, the baby had stopped moving. The doctors were arranging for an emergency delivery. “I was in panic mode, in tears,” he says.