About the Convention


The 19th Annual At-Home Dads Convention was held in Denver, CO at the SpringHill Suites in Downtown Denver on Friday September 19 and Saturday September 20, 2014. It was organized by The National At-Home Dad Network, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to connecting stay-at-home dads. To read more about the record-breaking event, visit here.

Since the beginning, the Annual At-Home Dads Convention has sought to accomplish two goals:

  • Connect stay-at-home dads.
  • Enhance their parenting skills.

Nearly all the sessions are facilitated discussions which provide the at-home dads in attendance the opportunity to ask questions and offer comments to the experts.

While stay-at-home dads are doing the same job as stay-at-home moms, their methods, interests and challenges are vastly different. Connecting with other at-home dads removes the isolation some stay-at-home dads feel and provides a peer network for support. It also empowers at-home dads to rally against stigma that others may have against men who leave the workforce to care for their children.

Aside from these important connections, stay-at-home dads are first and foremost, parents. They struggle with behavioral challenges, potty training and child education issues. The National At-Home Dad Network brings in the best parenting experts in the country to give at-home dads new tools and strategies that help them raise their children. And these experts understand and embrace the fact that dads parent differently than moms.

Please visit the Event Schedule to learn about what happened at this year’s Convention.

Here are reports from previous Conventions: