All of my readers know how much I love sharing link love and posting about my favorite other bloggers. All of these blogs are important because they talk about positive family values and are brave enough to share their own experiences–which we are all grateful for.
Thank you Dads for putting out great stuff, please enjoy this research.
GeekDads This is one of my all time favorite blogs on the Internet! They have the best posts of all topics and lots of great dad writers–shout out Ken.
Dads and Daughters “The father-daughter relationship, an integral yet often overlooked part of the American dream, is addresses beautifully here. A good read for dads and daughters!” Juliette.
Dorky Dad “Ok, how greatis this title. I am complete dork so totally love this dad’s posts!” -Steve
Parent Warrior “This is in the website Where I Stand so the opinions expressed are strong and clear, pretty good.” -Steve
Dating Dad His tagline is “I am going to get it right one of these days”….a good lesson for all of us.
Genuine Blog “I love the superhero costume, is that really him? Maybe he can comment. Love the push for authenticity here.” -Rachel.
This Mommy Gig…with Dads This is a collaborative blogs with many great posts from daddy bloggers for parents with kids of all ages.
Safe Teen Driving Club Started by a dad who has the courage to tackle, promote and write about this tough topic…because teens just want to drive to their freedom and often forget about safety tips.
Dadcentric “Entertaining and lively, this website addresses a wide variety of topics and provides snappy commentary though sometimes a bizarre sense of humor.” -Juliette
Metrodad I have been reading Metrodad for a long time and he is really one of my favorite dad bloggers.
Rice Daddies This is a collaborative blog by a bunch of different daddy bloggers including metrodad–good rounding views from different dads.
Discovering Dads “This blog in many ways exemplifies what all blogs are trying to be like. It is well organized and easy to navigate, but above all it is informative and relevant to the dad lifestyle.” -Juliette
Crouton Boy I just watched a hilarious video on this site, some really great stuff from around the web I think dads would like.
Laid Off Dad This dad has a lot of time, and great ideas. For dads who work at home, or are not working at all this blog is for you!
I also love Joeprah–great idea and angle, I can totally relate with my Operation Oprah!
Man Page is lots of great dad advice under Sparkplugging.
Rude Cactus This IT guy knows where its at! His kids Mia and Owen make for great stories!
Daddyfesto “A blog about fatherhood from a stay-at-work dad that focuses on the absurdity and the greatness of the damn thing.”
Surviving Teen Depression Written by dad and Dr about teens who are depressed and how parents can help–very important topic!
Busy Dad Blog “Great, tips for dads who are juggling a ton and need some easy time savers.” -Rachel
Being Michael’s Daddy Is offering stories, tips, and advice on being a dad to what seems like the most adorable little boy.
Dad Thing “This dad talks about everything in life and relationships for fathers” – Sarah
D is for Dad Lots of different kinds of posts here–self-awareness and relationships and family!
Zoe’s Dad I just read a post that started with “My Wife Just Left Me”…but only for a week–whew! Love the posts and the layout of this blog.
Collide and Converge “The rarely clear ramblings of a man struggling with life, parenting, ministry, and living within my culture.”
DIY Father Wow, this blog is fabulous especially for you technologically-savvy dads out there!
This Little Piggy Had Tofu Ahhhh, a veggie dad, cute name, cute idea, very helpful posts.
Sweet Juniper User submitted: “The best, most well written dad blog is Sweet Juniper.”
Jonathan Rundman Cool for rocker dads, listened to some of his music and its great.
Fighting Monsters with Rubber Swords I mean how much more awesome of a name can you have? He says of himself: “Schuyler is my weird and wonderful monster-slayer. Together we have many adventures.”
Matt, Liz and Madeline Read his story.
Maya Reads One year of Children’s books examines childrens books and how he tells stories to Maya. I loved reading with my dad, so I love this blog.
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