Elle Magazine interviews Greenfield about how fatherhood has changed him.
There was a chunk of time after my wife’s maternity leave like a four to five month span where I didn’t work and it was just daddy day care. Here’s the thing: If men and women were cars, women would have a totally different gear. They have a tolerance for [parenthood] that’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen. My wife and I would get on a plane, and at hour three I’d start to panic. I don’t know that I can take it anymore! My wife would be like, Just calm down Jesus! and nurture the child.