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San Diego Dads Group

by Chris Bernholdt

What is the name of your dad’s group? San Diego Stay-at-Home Dads Group, or SDdads for short What cities or area do you serve? San Diego, CA How many active members do you have? Five! How long have you been a group? 4 days Who are the organizers of your group? Evan Wharton What was […]

Dallas Dads Group

by National At-Home Dad Network

What is the name of your dad’s group?– Dallas Dads Group What cities or area do you serve?– Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano, Frisco, Waxahachie (The Metroplex) How many active members do you have?- 40 members of which about 7 are active How long have you been a group?– Since September of 2014 Who are the […]

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 […]

Omaha Dads

by National At-Home Dad Network

What is the name of your dad’s group? Omaha Dads What cities or area do you serve? Omaha and the surrounding metropolitan area How many active members do you have? 16 How long have you been a group? Since November of 2013 Who are the organizers of your group? Patrick Hoarty, CJ Trader, Corey Minchow, […]

The Importance of the Hammer

by Shannon Carpenter

“Put down the hammer” I tell my 5 year old daughter.  She is not sure if she is going to obey me yet, you can see her working it out.  Option 1 is that she could put down the hammer and go get the chainsaw.  Of course the chainsaw can do way more damage if […]

Empty Nest

by RFarrell

Are men supposed to have the empty-nest syndrome? I’m starting to think that we are. The first day of my boys going back to school, I was fairly well put together, until I got home. My wife was gone at work, my step-son was nowhere to be found, and I was all alone in the […]

Chuck and Friends: Friends For The Long Haul

by Mike Bowling

Tonka “Chuck and Friends: Friends for the Long Haul” Produced by Ruckus Mobile Media and Hasbro Compatible with the Iphone or Ipad. Growing up I was always a fan of Tonka trucks, and my 3-year-old son Sam is no different. Tonka’s “Chuck and Friends” line of toys has already filled his toy box with a variety […]

Tradition

by Shannon Carpenter

It has been implied that the life of a stay at home day is not very traditional.  That we have bucked the society norms and shunned our responsibility.  It hasn’t been so much as implied as out right said.  Man do I love being judged. But today I bring a different theory to the table. […]

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