Here are the best Daddy Blog links from around the world. If you know of one that is not on the list, please contact Daddy Blogger World. I have curated these Daddy Blog links mostly by navigating the interwebs. Credits go to Mashable and more!
This hodgepodge blog appeals to the “modern parent” as a source for news, reviews, opinions and fatherhood in general. With more than 1,400 articles, the blog is a wonderful resource for virtually any parent. Geared toward self-professed “geeky parent-type folks,” 8BitDad’s authors consist of seven contributors, dubbed the “founding fathers.”
Adrian Kulp‘s blog — with the same name as his 2013 book — Dad or Alive focuses on the “unexpected confessions of a stay-at-home dad.” Kulp’s writings take on quite a personal voice; spend half an hour on the blog, and you’ll feel as if you know his family. Kulp does a phenomenal job of blending his personal experiences with utility advice.
DesignerDaddy is a popular dad blog created and maintained by Brent Almond, an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator living with his husband and five-year-old son JJ.
Another blog that adds a humorous touch to some of the “the-only-way-to-handle-this-is-to-laugh-about-it” aspects of parenthood (such as surviving a teething infant), How to Be a Dad focuses largely on the personal experiences (“commentary, experiments and failures”) of authors Charlie Capen and Andy Herald.
Mr. Dad takes more of a “Dear Abby” approach to the dad blog — many of the posts here are formatted in Q&A-style and provide invaluable advice for dads and parents in general. In truth, the site is really more of a “parenting resource” than a straightforward blog. Expecting fathers, first-year parents, single dads, military families and even grandparents will find a cornucopia of advice and support on the site.
Out With The Kids (OWTK)
OWTK focuses on parenting humor and photography, with everything from a helpful recipe box to ideas for frugal fun to some truly great family photos displayed online for the world to see and collectively “aww” over.