I was congratulating JSP in the Mother's day thread. I got an idea to post this thread because I didn't want to ruin the Mom's day thread. JSP and myself have gotten friendly over the last few years in PM's to each other. Two Rhode Island guys who have much in common. Anyways, we are both Mr.Mom's, and i might add, extremely proud and happy to be such. JSP's journey is closer to the beginning. My Mr.Mom duties are shifting slightly. I am transitioning from Mr.Mom at home to Mr.Mom on the road as my 6-year old son gets more heavily into sports. Ty is my 3rd child...I shared in the duties of my 2 teens when they were younger...but this time it was Mr.Mom all the way. I had often heard that men were born with mother's instincts. Never believed it until caring for him...an unbelievable experience if i say so myself. Lot's of work...but nature prepared us men like I never could have imagined. Being MOM is way harder than being DAD...all day long. DAD's I have learned, have some room for error. MOM's on the other hand, have to anticipate errors...there is a huge difference there for sure. But, like i said...nature took care of it and it was so enjoyable I wish I could do it again. So, how many Mr.Moms full-time or part-time do we have here at PatsFans.Com. Take a moment to be selfish, you deserve it...take a bow and happily wish yourself a happy Mr.Mom's day.