Over the past few months, I’ve been lucky enough to come across some incredible blogs and Web sites for dads. I am pleasantly surprised that there more of us than I expected. A couple of fellow dads were kind enough to compile lists of some of the best blogs out there. These are a all great resources for bloggers and readers alike!
Links to Daddy Blog Lists
These sites also offer great content beyond the lists.
– Building Camelot: 101 awesome sites for men husbands and fathers
– Dad Thing:51-dad-blogs
– Alltop:Dad blogs
My Favorite Daddy Blogs
With content so relevant, I visit them just about every day.
Paul Peterson Live
Paul is a pastor with incredible insight and dedication. He is a wonderful source of inspiration and spirituality no matter what your religion.
Great dad posts coupled with an abundance of forward thinking content for teachers & educators. He’s also a bit of a sports fanatic.
Working Dad: An Unauthorized Guide to Parenting
If it’s newsworthy, and it concerns dads, you’ll probably find it on Paul’s blog. Interesting stories and book reviews that will have you digging through his archives for more.
National Fatherhood Initiative(NFI)
This is a great site to visit for everything dad — including programs, products, events, links, research, news and more!
Right now, NFI is running a contest about what it means to be a good father. They’re looking for “your best creative ideas in a video and/or photograph that expresses what involved, responsible and committed fatherhood means to you…”
Click here to find out more.
And remember, you are not alone…
5 Replies to “Resources for Dads: Top Daddy Blogs & Web Sites”
Hello! Thanks for the link to DadThing.com! Off to check out some more of your posts… 😀
Building Camelot’s one of my favorites. I bookmarked his list, but haven’t had time to look through them all!
Thanks for stopping by my blog@ I really appreciate it.
All good sites. Glad I found you – I clicked through to here from Dads.Alltop.com. Also, I did a profile feature last Saturday about Tyler from Building Camelot, and he is one of my favorites too. Thanks for sharing your recommendations as well. I’ll check them out more often. -Jeremy @ Discovering Dad
Hi there! I wasn’t aware of working dad via SeattlePI – thanks for the link. I’ve subscribed to your site and am looking forward to your posts. Now to browse the archive. Take care!
Great list, and I’m enjoying your excellent blog. Thanks. Looking forward to seeing Wildhood up there some day!