Fatherhood: Stay-at-home dad says no one-size-fits-all parenting method

Nor Nizar Mohamed, seen here with wife Sharon Yeo and children Mikaail and Julia, quit his job as a personal driver in 2008 to become a stay-at-home dad. PHOTO: COURTESY OF NOR NIZAR MOHAMED
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SINGAPORE - For many men, being a stay-at-home father may not be a dream job.

But Mr Nor Nizar Mohamed, 55, believes it is his life's calling. The former personal driver became a stay-at-home dad in 2008 and has never looked back.

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