Damn my friend, that is awesome. It's amazing that you have the financial capability to be a stay-at-home dad. I'm willing to bet that your little fella shows the improvement he does because of the one-on-one time with you.I've been a stay at home dad with our high functioning autistic son for 2 years after my job was shipped down South ... Kinda worked out, though I'd love to get back to work ... doing anything frankly. Just hard to trust people these days, especially with kids who require more patience. He's shown tremendous improvements though and absolutely loves pre-school. So hopefully in a year or two when he enters full-time school, I can get back out there.
A tip of the hat to you sir.