I thought that I would post this so most of my fellow BYC females can look at their husbands and say, "shew, he isn't so bad after all".If you aren't married then you can be grateful to. You might have ended up with my hubby's classmate. My husband is working and attending college full time. After one of the classes he was talking to another man. He asked the man if he had any kids and the man said, "Yes, three daughters, 6, 4 and 2." My hubby, who has always been involved with our kids, asked if any of the girls were 'daddy's girls." The man snapped, "They ARE six and four." My husband confused explained that our two daughters were daddy's girls at that age and he always enjoyed playing with them. Again the man responded that his daughters were 'Six and four." As if a man can't spend time with a six year old and a four year old. I guess he forgot about his two year old. My hubby and I are now working on a preteen, two teenagers and an out of the house adult. Our kids grew up very, very fast. My husband wondered to me at what age the man thought that his daughters were fit to hang out with? If you don't spend time with them when they are little then they won't want to hang out with you when they become older. The guy also announced to my hubby that his wife didn't really care if he didn't go home. um...okay My husband said that this wasn't said in a 'poor me' manner but very coldly. I know some people aren't great parents but most people aren't so obvious dismissive of their own children. My poor husband might have to work on a project with this guy. After that story, I have to say that I am grateful for my hubby. He has always been a wonderful dad and husband.