A Dad's Heart
“Your child came into this world holding your heart in one hand and a key in the other.”–Cameron Phillips. We all know that involved dads are great for kids. Our blog explores the deeper truth that involved dads can be even better for the dads themselves.
Allswagga is dedicated to clever, confident, men everywhere. Site mission is to explore shared ideas with neighbors, friends, peers, and family online on how to be Better Men and Better Fathers.
Daddy Needs Some Alone Time
Nothing could have prepared me for the ultimate 2001ish surreal space baby adventure: Fatherhood. So I share my random thoughts from deep space about fatherhood, husbandhood, video games, movies and anything else rattling around inside my head.
Natural Papa focuses on natural parenting and fatherhood, home remedies for common children’s ailments, homeschooling, green and simple living for families, and natural foods. We hope to be a valuable reference for parents and parents to be.
NYC Dad's Group
The DESTINATION for caring and involved dads looking for interesting thoughts, relevant news, and playgroup information. This blog helps build community and creates a support network of involved fathers as we navigate parenthood.
Check out the Playground Dad™ Blog for profiles of dads, conversations on work/life balance, and for tips on spending better time with your kids.
Random Acts Of Parenting
RAOP covers everything from toys, books, discipline, crafts, and more. Being a parent isn’t always easy. It’s important to know you are not alone. It also helps to take a break and laugh now and then. This site supplies ample opportunities for both.
One of the longest-running fatherhood blogs on the Internet. Written by a former at-home dad, rebeldad.com covers topics ranging from at-home dads in the media to work-life balance for fathers.
To Be A Dad
“Any man can be a father. It takes someone special to be a Dad”. I am a father in the north-west of England. Five years into my journey through fatherhood, I have two children, one wife and zero chance of a Pulitzer Prize.
Why Is Daddy Crying?
The ramblings of a father, husband, runner, drinker, swimmer, obsessor of music, biker, random tripper in public, who’s often caught drooling and making a fool of himself. Our lives are managed and run by our redheaded son and younger aspiring princess.
Daddyshome, Inc., the National At-Home Dad Network, is a 501c3 non-profit corporation that provides support, education and advocacy for fathers who are the primary caregivers of their children through our website, blog and annual at-home dad’s convention.
Ed @ Home Dad
Ed at home dad is my journey through fatherhood. I am a stay at home dad. I live with my wife, daughter and two dogs.
goo goo dadda
A celebration of fatherhood through poignant stories and poetic musings that are sometimes funny and often intellectually stimulating.
Spain Dad, a baby blog
A true story of one man’s transformation from clueless husband to involved and nurturing father.
Stay At Home Dad PDX
This blog is the story of one stay at home dad, a beautiful wife, and three boys in the rose city. We don’t always get it right but the stories are usually entertaining.
Stay-at-Home Dad in Lansing
A blog written by a doting father about his baby girl and life as a stay-at-home-dad. Full of pictures of his daughter and musings about his day, it’s also full of humor and honesty both mothers and fathers can relate to.
Commentary from a stay-at-home dad with an unhealthy addiction to bad cable TV shows and online gossip sites. The author employs wit and self-deprecating humor to mask the fact he has no idea what he’s doing. He just wants to be the world’s greatest dad.
Ex-marketing/advertising creative now SAHD blogs about all things Baby Grrl!™.
Equally Shared Parenting
for parents who wish to share equally in raising their children, earning the family income, caring for their home, and time for personal rejuvenation.
Positive Parenting Solutions
Our blog is an extension of our company’s online parenting education course, providing some of the highlights of the course and our webinars to help parents correct misbehavior in a way that focuses on solutions rather than punishment.
Featured In The Film
Dabbles in Bloom
A band of students from Whitman College who got involved in “The Evolution of Dad” project when Adriel (lead singer and songwriter) wrote a song for the film. Check out their awesome blog, where you can also listen to their fantastic and beautiful music!
The author of the “LA Times” Bestseller, “This is Not How I Thought it Would Be: Remodeling Motherhood to Get the Lives We Want Today”, challenges the outdated assumptions about mothers, fathers, work, marriage and money to help women remodel motherhood.
The Smiling Mask
Where we blog about the hope and healing surrounding postpartum depression and the life-changing and natural experience of parenthood.
Your Greener Future
This is the place to check out if you want to live a greener, healthier lifestyle and reduce your ecological footprint, step by step. Join in to build a conscious community that cares!
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