Although some men are stay-at-home dads, teachers and nannies, my son spends the majority of his day with women. I believe that both sons and daughters need quality time with male role models, especially, when possible, their own fathers. I'm curious how other parents handle this dilemma. Most of the toddlers I know have bedtimes closer to 7:30, leaving little time between coming home from work and bedtime (even with the traditional 9-5 job).
I know that our family's solution will only work until school starts. After that, my son will not have the luxury of being able to sleep in until, 9,10 or even 11AM. It sounds like either my son and husband must wake up early to spend time together before school or we'll have to pack most of their quality time into bedtime routines, holidays, and weekends.
How does your family carve out quality family time?