Triangle Stay At Home Dads

by National At-Home Dad Network

What is the name of your dad’s group? Triangle Stay At Home Dads What cities or area do you serve? Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill (Triangle) and metro area cities; Apex, Cary, Pittsboro, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale. How many active members do you have? 230+ online members, 20-30 active How long have you been a group? Early […]

Just Another Brick In The Wall

by Chad Welch

Since the National At-Home Dad Network started the campaign against the term “Mr. Mom” the response has been generally positive. But some people don’t think so. For some it is the love of the movie. Some consider it a badge of honor. Some have named their blogs after it. To be clear, getting rid of […]

Dads love the C word

by Chris VanDijk

Community. A couple months ago I participated in my first At-Home Dad Convention.   For those of you shaking your head, yes, we have a national convention.  It reminded me of the very thing I had been lacking since I moved to Denver from New York City almost a year ago:  community. A little history:  a […]

My Experience at the 18th Annual At-Home Dads Convention

by Mike Andrews Jr
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Here I am sitting in Parent Hell. Yes I am referring to that parental terror also known as Chuck E. Cheese. It has been a week since the second day of 18th Annual At-Home Dads Convention. Actually, I’m not sitting, I’m standing, chasing down kids left and right. Chuck E. just came out and, while […]

Jealousy: What do you do when your kid only likes one of you?

by Chris Bernholdt

After having three kids you would think that nothing would shock me. My kids adore me, I know that but my three year old said something to me that really hurt. “I HATE YOU! ” She screamed. She’s only three and although I know it is a phase, it doesn’t sting any less. I know […]

Join us in New Orleans at Dad 2.0 Summit

by National At-Home Dad Network
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The National At-Home Dad Network is excited to announce that it will be a media sponsor of the Dad 2.0 Summit hosted by Dove Men+Care®, held Jan. 30 through Feb. 1 in New Orleans, for the 2nd consecutive year. It’s just another example of how Dad 2.0, the nation’s premiere dad blogging conference, and the […]

“Mr. Mom” is Banished Word for 2014

by Al Watts

Today, Lake Superior State University announced that “Mr. Mom” made the list of banished words for 2014: “The 30-year anniversary of this hilarious 1983 Michael Keaton movie seems to have released some pent-up emotions. It received nearly as many nominations as “selfie” and “twerk” from coast to coast in the U.S. and Canada, mostly from […]

Sorry Honey, Vivia Chen Thinks I Embarrass You

by Dave Lesser

Vivia Chen wrote an article for Time Magazine, “When Stay-at-Home Husbands are Embarrassing to Their Wives.” If it’s anything like my life, I assumed it was when these men sang along to Motown songs in the grocery store. But no! Apparently, it’s staying at home and taking care of the kids that’s embarrassing their wives. Driving […]

Dadvice: Is Roughhousing With Your Kids OK?

by Chris Bernholdt

— As dads we have all done this at some point. I think it is a rite of passage for most men and their kids. Roughhousing. I know that I have been guilty of throwing my kids up as high as I possibly can and catching them, something you don’t normally see with moms. How […]

Today I’m Thankful For Health

by Mike Andrews Jr

The end is near. Over the past month I have been growing my mustache to bring awareness for men’s health and now, I am near the time to shave. Movember has had  me thinking about men’s health and how being aware of one’s health is important. With yesterday being Thanksgiving, I can honestly say I […]