Luke, I Am Your Father


Seattle-based blogger James has an overwhelmingly irresistible sense of humor. From the Star Wars-riffing title to the charming and quirky post titles, a love of laughter permeates the site just as much as James' adoration of son Luke. From Etch-a-Sketches to potty training, all facets of childrearing are delved into with gusto and warmth. It's not all giggles here, though; James also knows how to provide his readers with honest and thoughtful insights on the not-always-pretty reality of fatherhood.

The Logical Dad Blogger Song
by noreply@blogger.com (James (SeattleDad)) over 2 years ago
A REAL CHANGE of Perspective
by noreply@blogger.com (James (SeattleDad)) over 2 years ago

Savvy Daddy


A quartet of passionate fathers get together here to talk about how complex fatherhood can be sometimes. Libraries, money, and dentists are new topic points.

Random Acts of Parenting


This blog espouses the philosophy of parenting children, not smothering them. The Naughty Chair category discusses great ideas of handling kids' tantrums and fits.

DIY Father


From pregnancy through to the teenage years, this blog covers dad skills across the spectrum. Learn about kid events, disaster preparedness, and much more here.

Why Is Daddy Crying?


A redhead son and a princess-in-the-making daughter run the show in this blogger's household. The Chicago-based father also makes clear his stance against all Snuggies.

Discovering Dad


This blog grasps the truth that being a dad doesn't come naturally to virtually anyone. Those who think dads should be more like moms won't be satisfied with this site's content.

Virginia Surgery Malpractice Statute Of Limitations
by ryan about 3 years ago
10 Horrible Cases Of Medical Malpractice Journal
by ryan about 3 years ago

Daddy Dialectic


A fleet of fantastic fathers use their disparate opinions to joust about the nature and practice of being a dad. The collaborative style of these writers gives each post here great depth.

Letter to my son, five years gone
by Jeremy Adam Smith over 2 years ago

Laid-Off Dad


The lack of a steady income somehow fails to extinguish this blogger's expertise at parenting. Similarly occupationally challenged pops can find support here.

Join me to ban "lean"
by Doug French over 4 years ago
Bracing for the big thaw
by Doug French over 4 years ago

Souvenirs of Fatherhood


Reflecting on what it means to be a dad, and remembering the moments I want to keep forever. I have a daughter (who has hearing loss) a son and we're in the process of adopting.

Parenting: Is it Hard or is it Heaven?
by @AnOrdinaryDad over 2 years ago
Everything New
by @AnOrdinaryDad over 2 years ago

Ovum to Ashes


Sometimes funny, occasionally touching and often quirky – a heartfelt and honest journal from a new father as he reluctantly prepares to yield to the next generation.

Sometimes it's what isn't there
by Darren Brown over 4 years ago
Idea: Special light to reflect the eyes of wildlife
by Darren Brown over 4 years ago

DaDa Rocks


DaDa Rocks! is a dad blog that talks about parenthood from a fathers view, marriage, products for children, a view point on news & sports, and a discount code or giveaway or raffle from time to time.

Selling your phone on eBay to get the new one #SellMyPhone #spon
by DaDa Rocks! over 4 years ago
Kidfresh Frozen dinners while enjoying Disney’s Frozen movie #FrozenKidfresh
by DaDa Rocks! over 4 years ago

Aspie Dad


I have Aspergers, an N.T. wife, and two N.T. daughters. What's next?

Dear Mr. Man


Dear Mr. Man is a collection of observations of my three kids (Bae, The Boy, & Oz) as they grow up trying to convince their parents that they are smarter and bettr looking than us. Besides parenting, I offer my take on everthing from sports to pop culture to politics. I would like this blog to be “reader driven”. That is to say, I would be happiest if you, the reader, were to ask questions and I attempt to answer them. Then we would begin a dialogue (I don’t think people talk enough anyway). No topic is taboo. I will be glad to offer my take on it. You may not agree, but it will be my opinion. Everyone is entitled to one.

Letter To Santa #dreambig
by P.J. Easter over 3 years ago
by P.J. Easter over 3 years ago



Welcome to the amusing journey of a first time daddy in all its glory. Fatherhood is full of comedy and this blog is created to celebrate parenthood through the lens of a thirty year old daddy noob. Let laughter unite us as I learn the ways of becoming a "faja."

The Life of a Father of Five


The tales from the life of a chronicly tired Father of five who lives in a high stress household, works a high stress career, and copes with daily struggles of guilty feelings for not having the time he would like to spend with his family.

The Project – Part One
by The Father of Five about 4 years ago
Father's Day Fun!
by The Father of Five about 4 years ago

The Fresh Father


The Fresh Father is a website that documents the lives of new dads and their families. Through real-life stories, reviews of baby products and attempts at humor, we let new fathers across the country know what they're in for.

Confessions of a Down Syndrome Daddy


Confessions of a Down Syndrome Daddy, a blog to write down the trials, tribulations, and joys of being a father of a daughter who has Down Syndrome. Caroline Josephine Fitch, born July 17, 2008 is my lovely daughter. She goes by Carly, CJ, Carly Joe, Miss Caroline, Carlykins, or any other cute nickname that fits at the moment. She is an amazing little girl and I look forward to letting you into her life and mine as well

Burton Family Jewels: Observations on Modern Black Fatherhood


BFJ is a a nice blend of philosophical insight, humor and banality. My mission is to share unique and insightful narratives about marriage, manhood, race, class, family, & fatherhood.

Random Pearls of Wisdom


Forty something father of two, one with aspergers shares trials and tribulations of family life

Party Season
by Random Pearls Of Wisdom over 3 years ago