We Need to Change How We Talk About Fathers

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Two years ago I was at a county fair with my husband, my son, and our 1-year-old daughter. When my daughter needed a new diaper, rather than take her into a Fairground public restroom and require my son to leave the concert he was listening to, I spread out my changing pad on the grass and proceeded to change my baby. No sooner had I had begun wiping her tiny hiney than an older woman walked up behind me.

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Writer | Coach | Educator | Social Change | Mental Health https://www.mariafchapman.com/ https://linktr.ee/mariafchapman

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