'Captain Dad' Finds The Funny In Parenting

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When moms see cartoonist Pat Byrnes on the playground with his daughters, he says, they often check the sex-offender registries on their cell phones.

Byrnes is a stay-at-home dad who created the "manly blog of stay-at-home parenting" — it's not Mr. Mom, he explains, it's Captain Dad.

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