There's a looong article by a new dad in today's UK Observer. I tried to find the Big Idea nuggets to quote and give a sense of the whole thing, but there's really so much in there, it's like dads writing articles about fatherhood are trying to have it all--all in one article. Instead, I here's the paper's own intro:
"Fifteen years after women first tried to have it all, men now want the same. But is it possible both to impress the boss and be an attentive father? New dad Rafael Behr on the struggle to juggle career with fatherhood."
Is being a good dad ruining your career? [observer uk]