An entertaining account of a day in the life of a man who has chosen to turn traditional family roles on their heads by becoming a househusband. With a touch of irony he tells us about everything that a househusband has to deal with: looking after the kids, getting them ready for kindergarten, breakfast, household chores, lunch, dinner (as he waits for his “working wife” to come home), etc. As well as giving us an insight into everything a househusband has to do during the day, he also takes the time to describe all those people around whom the life of the “man of the house” revolves: family, friends, neighbors, sales clerks... A story that mixes reality (and plenty of it) with fantasy (a pinch), and shows that what women have been doing since the dawn of time, men too are beginning to understand, in a world that is constantly evolving. If men are from Mars and women are from Venus, then this case has the Martians on a trip to Venus while women have set up home on Mars ... and they're not showing signs of leaving any time soon.
He was born on February 11, 1973, in Mendrisio, Switzerland.
In ascending order he attended kindergarten, elementary school and middle school.
He holds qualifications in photography, nursing support and nursing.
After working in a photographic studio and nursing homes he was most recently employed in a hospital.
Now he has a real job, managing a wife and kids.read more
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