What about using an article in front of being a stay at home parent? Soy madre. Soy padre. Is there an equivalent of this in the Spanish language?
Yes, when you are saying you are a mum or a dad, not only for a stay at home parent but also in general just to say that you have kids you also drop the article and say:
soy madre, soy padre
You can add more information saying how many children you have and still drop the article:
soy madre de dos niñas pequeñas, soy padre de gemelos...
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