Posts tagged with ‘dad bloggers’

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Dads Rally to Change Amazon Mom to Amazon Family

A Facebook group of dad bloggers, of which we are members, is trying to get Amazon to change their parenting program, Amazon Mom, to Amazon Family. The campaign, begun March 3, has taken off on social media at #AmazonFamilyUS with moms and dads calling on Amazon to make the change like they have in many other […]

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 […]

Dads and Bloggers Rap for Donations to #MovemberDads

by Chris Bernholdt

As you may know from my constant facial hair updates on Facebook and Twitter and my blog about why prostate cancer hits home for me, Dads and Bloggers everywhere have teamed up to raise money for #Movember. I wrote about why I am doing it for my dad. We have endured the strange looks, the disdain from our […]

What It Means To Be a Man

by Chris Bernholdt

Stay at Home Dads like myself are sick of being called babysitters. We are tired of the stink eyes at the park. We are frustrated with this belief that a man can’t be affectionate towards his kids. We are fed up with people who think dads who stay at home are babysitters and not primary […]

Dad Bloggers Won’t Let Big Brands Forget About Dads

by Chris Bernholdt

When big brands make the mistake of counting out dads, dad bloggers have let them know that they are not OK with it. Playskool’s recent slip up on Twitter asking “Does Dad ever have a day where he is in charge?” is another example of big brands counting out the growing number of dads who […]

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