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Today the Gottlieb family—which includes Hogan, age 4, and Ivria, age 2—lives in a tony Illinois suburb where a stay-at-home dad is so unusual that “people look at us like we have three heads,” says Todd’s wife, Ariella, who now runs her own promotions company.

It was even more successful on the Hot Country Songs chart, reaching the top-five and was certified Gold by the RIAA for 500,000 digital downloads. " was released on March 3, 1999, and it pays homage to Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" and Tone Lōc's "Wild Thing" music videos, featuring Twain dancing with buffed and blank-eyed male models.

Mutt gave that one a thumbs-up, no questions asked. His groove flowed easily, and that song came together between the two of us, without any push and pull." The title and thus the lyrics of the song were based on Twain's experience while working at Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario to provide for her brothers and sisters after their parents died in a car crash. " was written by Shania Twain and Robert "Mutt" Lange, who also produced the track. Lyrically, the song is a female empowerment track, with Twain insisting that "the best thing about being a woman is the prerogative to have a little fun" as well as promising to wear a "men's shirt" with a "short skirt." That song started with the title, then it kind of wrote itself. The song received generally favorable reviews from music critics.

Twain recalls seeing some drag performers working at the resort and credits them as the source of her inspiration. According to the sheet music published at by Universal Music Publishing Group, the song was written in the key of Bb major, with a moderate tempo of 126 beats per minute. " is a country pop song, with a guitar riff that conjures Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit in the Sky", as noted by both Chuck Taylor of Billboard and J. The whole expression is a celebration of being a woman these days, I think we're kind of spoiled in a lot of ways, with the advantages we have. Writing for Billboard, Chuck Taylor commented that "there's no reason that 'Man! " was shot in New York City and directed by Paul Boyd.

Four in 10 mothers are now their households’ primary breadwinners, and an estimated 143,000 unemployed fathers of children under 15 are caring for the kids full time while their wives work.

lists 148 support groups around the country; MTV’s lineup includes “Stay at Home Dad,” a side-splitting Web show about an acerbic househusband; and confessional blogs abound, with names like Rebel Dad and Dudes on Diapers.