This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I want to share with you some dads who are enjoying time with their kids. They are doing fun activities with their children and look to inspire other dads out there. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Alex Zane – Tot For Tot Remakes
Alex Zane is the co-creator of Tot For Tot Remakes. It is a photo project that became a viral sensation on Instagram. He started the Instagram account with his 4-year-old daughter, Matilda, in March 2020. This duo have posted over 100 photo re-creations of famous movie scenes. The reimagined iconic movies pictures star Matilda and her stuffed fox standing in for famous actors. Check out their Instagram page here.
Randy Oleynik – Enjoying A Unique Bike Ride With His Daughter
Randy Oleynik and his daughter Amy went across the country using high-wheeled bicycles. Believe it or not, they have done it three times now. Four years ago, they made headlines when they road from San Francisco to Boston. Not only are they using a very unique bicycle, they are creating some lasting memories.
Led Bradshaw – Creating Comic Books With His Son
Led Bradshaw and his son, Jake have created a very cool superhero universe. The Adventures of Jake Jetpulse comic book is a series of learning books for autistic children that was written from the perspective of an autistic child. Jake Jetpulse autism superhero books contain fun reading comprehension stories and sensory activities for autistic children. Check out the book series here.
Dr. Chris Yandle – Showing His Love Through Lunch Notes
Dr. Chris Yandle is a former college athletics public relations professional who has fully transitioned to a career in academia. He has dedicated his professional career to education and being a bright example for his kids. A previously published college textbook author, he is an adjunct college instructor. Chris and his wife, Ashleigh, live in Mandeville, Louisiana with their two children, Addison and Jackson. Every morning, he wrote his daughter a note about life, school, or growing up. He would put those notes into her book bag or her lunch box to find later in the day. Yandle shared the notes on Twitter and Facebook using #DadLunchNotes. Before he knew it, the notes became something others were seeking each day, including Addison’s teacher and principal. Check out his book here.