The chapter focuses on parental leave regulation for fathers (the father’s quota) in Norway. It deals with the relationship between fathers and their workplaces when fathers want to use the father’s quota. How do employers and colleagues view the leave, and how do the fathers organize their leave taking? Results show that fathers’ parental leave use does not conflict much with ordinary workplace norms. The logics of work and childcare, which are often understood to break against each other, are reconciled by means of various boundary management strategies during the parental leave period. When boundaries between work and home are managed flexibly, the competition between spheres and their underlying logics seems to be less prominent.