To CELEBRATE Father's Day 2011 we'd like to share our current Top 10 Dad Bloggers with you.
Each of these amazing blogs provides us with a glimpse into what the relationship of father means. We find the joy, the tears, the laughter the heartache and the love and a dedication that is fraught with mishaps.
The "shelf life" of a dad blog is less than that of almost any other type of blog. The reason why is quite apparent once you start to read them. A large number of dads begin their blogs with a sense of excitement, fervor and many out of sheer terror. The new arrival(s) has an almost immedidate impact on dad. The tendency for overwhelm, fatigue and daddy "wear and tear" that takes place is evident by both the style and content of blogging and even more apparent based on the number of new dad bloggers that quickly take a "bloggy vacation."
This clearly is no measure of how great these dads are at fatherhood yet it is for this very reason that the following 10 Dads are to be given even kudos as both fantastic "bloggers" and outstanding dads.
We hope you enjoy this blogging tribute to dads around the globe.
A place for dads and parents to collaborate on fatherhood and parenting topics and read articles offering advice, tips and tricks from a father of a toddler and a baby. Lots of articles and observations served up with a side of humor. Come join us at the dad jam and start jamming today!
Improvising Fatherhood is a blog about the comedy of being a dad. Nate Smith is an improvisational comedian, a husband, and a father. He's not sure which is hardest.
A Dude enjoying the transition from Dude to Dad. A self-proclaimed Neo-Hippie and The Dude of the House for a young family of four, an ever-growing herd of animals, a blossoming landscape, Earth-friendly living, all sorts of household projects, and a healthy addiction to surf.
It's time to concentrate on what I know best (or as you'll see, least) and talk about being a dad in a world where moms are much more important. Where mom have a much better idea of what they're doing with a child and where moms don't make babies watch hockey. A month behind in blogging though we'll let him slide as there's a hockey game going on somewhere.
'm a dork. I was a dork in high school, but I hated my label so I did everything humanly possibly to de-dork myself. I wore "fashionable" 80s clothes (ick), I bought a car, I even ditched my dork friends for friends lower on the dork-o-meter. I now realize that all this accomplished was to cement my own place in the dork universe. I am now resigned to my fate.
I’m a Dad. That’s how I define myself at the moment. Not too long ago I defined myself as a Husband, but now I’m a Proud Dad and a Fine Husband. And maybe someday, I will get the title of “Good Dad” – that’s the goal, anyway.
I currently enjoy an active readership and have the good fortune of being featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, FOX Business, CNN.Com, the Chicago Sun-Times and Reuters. I am also a Parenting & Family Columnist for the LA Examiner.
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