I'm only 1/4 of the way through it, but I am in love with this book. So far it has addressed all of the feelings (good & bad) I have as a result of staying home with my son.
The Stay-at-Home Survival Guide: Field-Tested Strategies for Staying Smart, Sane, and Connected While Caring for Your Kids
And it isn't just another humor book about the crap we go through on a daily basis, although parts of it are humorous. But there is a lot more substance ... Stanton included a lot of research and reference from previous books on the subject, as well as interviews with current SAHM's, using a broad demographic range in age, income level & (former)occupation.