These Dads Are Doing It Right – Part 117 – Dads Looking To Be Unstoppable 

This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I am highlighting dads who are looking to be an unstoppable force when it comes to fatherhood. From podcasts to blogs, these dads are sharing their journey as a parent. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below. 

Matthew Noonan – The Unstoppable Dad Project

Matt hosts the Unstoppable Dad podcast. It is about navigating the trials of fatherhood. Discussing mental and physical health, shedding light on the struggles and triumphs of being a father. Weekly topics to help dads be unstoppable and set the tone for their families. In addition his podcast covers mental and physical well being information and tips, interviews and banter. Check it out here. 

Brice Miller – The Overthinking Dad 

Brice started his blog with the idea of sharing his life as a new father. He decided on calling this blog Overthinking Dad, because every dad overthinks life. Once they found out they were pregnant his mind started going into overdrive, with things like what do they need to buy? What kind of stroller do they buy? Also, they were in the middle of doing some home improvements around around new house, in a brand new city. He hope people will read his thoughts learn from his mistakes and have a few laughs at his expense along the way. Check out his site here. 

Eric Taylor – Girl Dad 

Eric is a girl dad originally from California, but now resides in Utah. You can tell Eric is all about faith, family, food, flying, and fitness. He loves to read and write. In addition he is a proud Hufflepuff that dreams about Disney World and beaches. For Eric magic is real and encourages people to be real when it comes to parenting. Check out his Instagram page here. 

Mark Bolger – Diary Of A Super Dad

Mark’s Instagram account is focused on all things dad. He shares all the fun adventures that he and his family experience. From checking out cool parks to building things for the family you might become inspired to follow Mark’s lead. You can tell Mark takes being a dad very seriously. Check out his Instagram page here. 

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