This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I want to highlight some dads who sharing the hilarious side of fatherhood. These dads are making us laugh through social media posts, blog posts and YouTube videos. They are doing this show us that fatherhood can be funny and you should embrace it. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Chris Mann – A Hilarious Old Town Dad
Chris Mann took his musical talents and made a parody video of Old Town Road. He created this last year when the pandemic started. You see and his son have a typical day. Mann is sad that his son’s daycare was closed. Now Mann has to work on balancing taking care of his son and working. The hook on the song is gold! He sings, ”Yeah, I gotta play all day cause the day care closed. I’m gonna cry till I can’t no more.” We all feel your pain Chris.
Stewart Reynolds – The Internet’s Favorite Dad
Stewart Reynolds AKA Brittlestar, is the father of two teen boys, Owen and Gregor. These three guys, along with his wife, Shannon have created viral videos for a variety of brands and organizations such as Disney, ESPN, Subway, CBC, Walmart, and others. Stewart is great at finding humor anywhere. Whether he is making funny videos or sharing a spot on dad joke, Stewart is the real deal. Make sure you subscribe to his YouTube channel and go to his website at brittlestar.com.
Chris Farley Ratcliffe – Dad Goes Around
Chris Farley Ratcliffe is dad to three girls and writes about fatherhood, kids and current affairs. His superpowers include removing loose teeth on request and carrying more than one kid at a time. So he had to be on the list for great Canadian Dads. Besides writing about fatherhood he will also share his thoughts on current affairs, STEM, DIY projects and product reviews. Follow him on Twitter at @DadGoesRound and go to his website at dadgoesround.com.
Tom Briggs – Diary Of A Dad
Tom Briggs is a proud dad of three. His site, Diary of a Dad has become a hilarious and multi-award-winning dad blog. He has been writing Diary of the Dad since 2010. Even after all of these years sharing his thoughts on fatherhood Tom has the same enthusiasm for it as I did when I wrote my first post. He uses his dad blog to share his musings about parenthood and the things his kids get in to as they reach each exciting new stage. Make sure you check out his work over at his site.