Posts tagged with ‘community’

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Dads Groups Spotlight – SAHDs North East Florida

What is the name of your dad’s group? Stay-At-Home Dads North East Florida What cities or area do you serve? Jacksonville, St Augustine and Palm Coast How many active members do you have? There are 36 members total, with about 15-20 regularly cycling through the events, or being active in the Facebook group. Of the remaining 16, only a […]

Wilmington Dads Group

by National At-Home Dad Network

What is the name of your dad’s group? Wilmington Stay-At-Home Dads What cities or area do you serve? Wilmington, Leland, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, and Hampstead in Southeastern NC How many active members do you have? We have 5 members that come on a regular basis, but during the summer when school isn’t in session, […]

San Francisco Dads Group

by National At-Home Dad Network

What is the name of your dad’s group? SF Dads Group What cities or area do you serve? The San Francisco Bay Area How many active members do you have? 131 How long have you been a group? We were founded on March 19, 2014 so 8 months. Who are the organizers of your group? […]

Dads With Diaper Bags

by National At-Home Dad Network

  What is the name of your dad’s group? Dads with Diaper Bags What cities or area do you serve? Charlottesville City and surrounding counties (Virginia) How many active members do you have? 10-12 dads How long have you been a group? 6 months Who are the organizers of your group? Myself, Lucas Obringer, Brandon […]

The Power of People : Lifting Up The Millers

by Chris Bernholdt

My daughter is entering that stage of independence often known as the “I Can Do It Myself” stage. She thinks that she can do things alone and she tries, though she often fails miserably and then the tears come; frustration and anger follow with her lashing out when she finds that she can’t do it […]

The Value of Community for Stay-At-Home Dads

by Al Watts

Stay-at-home dad Brent Brookhouse wrote on GoodMenProject.com recently about a discussion on a private Facebook group affiliated with the National At-Home Dad Network that concerned him to the point that he left the group. He was right to be upset about the post and some of the comments made about it. The entire thread Brent described […]

Tears & Cheers – What Dad 2.0 Meant To Me

by Chris Bernholdt

You know that feeling when you really belong to something? That sense of camaraderie? It’s knowing that your teammates have got your back and the sensation of you, as an individual being a part of something bigger than yourself? I can honestly say that I’ve felt that many times in my life. I found that […]

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