List of All Daddy Blogging Experts
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Updated: July, 2016
"A Dad's Point-of-View" is Bruce Sallan's internationally syndicated column and Radio Show on parenting and more. "Like" this page to participate, interact, and meet other like-minded parents.
Mike Julianelle is a thirty-something Brooklynite who is sharing his experiences as a father and bitching about the ways the existence of his son.
DadCAMP was created by Buzz Bishop, and is inspired by his sons Zacharie and Charlie. Buzz was looking for something to occupy his time in between jobs and started DadCAMP in the fall of 2009 as a way to get out and network with other dads.
This blog is dedicated to chronicling one dad's experiences and challenges in being a father of two beautiful girls, as well as providing some food for thought to other dads.
The humorous confessions of an unexpected stay-at-home dad. Articles from DOA are featured on Huffington Post Parents, The Bump, and Kids in the House.
Adam became a parent and then started a blog - about being a dad / father & fatherhood and somethings. He loves like Photography, Toys, TechGear, TV & Movies!
By day, Alex is a mild mannered accountant. By night…asleep until the kids wake him up anyway. His super powers include walking over Lego barefoot AND feeling NO pain!
Ricky Shetty is the owner and operator of Daddy Blogger, where he writes about parenting from a father perspective. The purpose of Daddy Blogger is to change the world - one daddy at a time!
Brent Almond is an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator, doing business as Design Nut since 2002. Three years ago he and his husband (AKA Papa) adopted their son JJ, and on his 1st birthday debuted Designer Daddy.
Tom is a proud dad. On Diary of the Dad, he blogs about his bewildered musings about life in general and the little lives he finds himself responsible for.
Scott founded and runs the popular blog, “Fathers, Work, and Family,” fun place to visit, and a place where working dads can feel that they are not alone in their work-family challenges.
Henry is a pun-loving, dad-blogging, photo-taking, Lego-making, beard-wearing, child-caring father of 2 / Husband of 1.
HighTechDad.com is a blog that discusses technology, social media, parenting, fix-it's, how-to's, product reviews and a variety of other topics, all focused around how these items integrate in with the family lifestyle.
Whit Honea is a guy living in the greater Los Angeles area with his wife, two kids, and a couple of dogs. He is the co-founder of Dads 4 Change, a site dedicated to inpiration, empathy, strength, and grace.
Beau is a married dad with three kids and a full-time job. He wants to help you make lunch time fun, connect with your kids, and show you products that make your life as a busy parent easier.
Darrell has a wife and two boys.When he's not writing or spending time with his family, he works full time selling industrial pumps.
On Andrew's blog you'll find goofy stuff - reviews of new toys, games, movies, video games and bunch of other things.
For a LOT of good family fun, visit this dad's blog.
Being dad is more than just babysitting the kids to give mum a break. The heart of The Dad Network is their communities of parents inspiring and encouraging each other and the brain of the blog is definitely the content.
Family blog written by a runner, husband and father of two from New Jersey.
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