A local club for stay-at-home fathers is looking to recruit more members according to The Argus in Brighton & Hove, England.
Worthing Dads is made up of dozens of fathers in their early twenties to late thirties with children under five.
The house-husbands meet once a week with their children for activities such as strawberry picking, nurery rhymes and group picnics.
Co-founder Keith Fowler said: “It’s good for men to share their experiences and not have to battle on their own.
“It can be intimidating for them if they have ot attend children’s gropus and are surrounded by women. We offer a chance for men to share experiences and feelings with other men.”
The group is now looking to start a Saturday club so working fathers can get involved.