Do you guys believe its necessary to constantly be engaging and playing with them nonstop throughout the day? I'm not the typical emotionally unavailable father, I always set some time apart in my day no matter how busy to throw a football, play a card game, read a book with them. And still own my shit around the house when it comes to manly dutues, But they continuously crowd me during the day wanting to "play"
It can be very draining sometimes and I'll send them to go play with each other, I feel guilty for a second then I get the thought that past generations of fathers probably never played with their kids at all. I think its the feminized idea that dads are supposed to continuously be playing with the children like a "kid at heart" How do you feel about this? Would post in Redpillparenthood but it's a wasteland.