This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I want to put the spotlight on some dads who are looking to share their fatherhood journey through their vlogs. These dads explore fatherhood, pop culture, and other interests they want to share with their audience. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Andrew Tiu – Dad Verb Vlog
Dad Verb produces content for new parents and young families from a dad’s perspective. Andrew creates videos and reviews for a variety of family-related products including home tech, toys, baby gear and gadgets for dads. His goal is to encourage dads, educate new parents and bring a new vibe to the world of parenting. As they blend review videos with personal vlogs, they ultimately want to celebrate fatherhood and elevate dad voices in the parenting space.
Anthony Truong – The Dadventures
Anthony and his family of five focus is on living life, adventures, laughters and giving back. Some of these topics are around family fun, reviews, self-discovery, how-to, kid-friendly activities, walks, hikes, snowboarding, camping, and surfing. If that sound cool to you make sure you subscribe to his video channel so you don’t miss out on any videos in the future.
Klaas van Oosterhout – Become a Fearless Father.
Klaas van Oosterhout is the founder of Become a Fearless Father. He will teach you to become a fearless father. In addition you can become the SUPER HERO your kids need in their lives. Through his videos you’ll learn how to build confidence, be the best father you can be and how to take care of your challenges. Stop being underestimated and become the fearless father you know yourself to be.
Kristopher Mac – Daddy Movies
Kris McDonald knows a thing or two about editing videos. Kris is an award-winning producer/editor in Hollywood, creating trailers for some of the biggest box office blockbusters. In an attempt to utilize his talents for the benefit of his family, he created this channel. He posts all his “trailerized” family videos (his kids call them “daddy movies”). Kris does this for the memories and viewing pleasure of his kids and their kids and their kid’s kids.