This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I am highlighting dads who are sharing their own dadology. Some may have a YouTube channel while other dads are sharing their fatherhood journey though a blog or podcast. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Chris – Dadology
Chris started up Dadology to document real-life experiences. On his site there are no boring how-to theories but reality. It is a funny, practical reality. This website is dedicated to telling it how it is. There is no sugar coating, no-nonsense but with a light-hearted sprinkle of humor so we can at least have a laugh along the way because if we don’t laugh, we will probably cry. Check out his Dadology site here.
The mission with The Parentacons is to create community with other parents who identify as geeks, are raising kids who identify as geeks, or both. For them being a geek isn’t about what you’re into these days, so much as how much you’re into it. Geeks go all in, they are totally obsessed (in a positive, healthy way) with the latest whatever. It could be Star Wars content, Pokémon cards, or blueprints to your favorite Federation spaceship from Star Trek. They invite you to come back often, and watch how their geek interests change as new content is released, their families grow, and their journey continues. Check out their site here.
Thomas Fowler – Personal Trainer For Dads
Thomas has experienced years of battling anxiety, bouts of depression and PTSD. His mental and physical health took a nose dive. However in 2018 he has taken control of his life. For him Thomas stopped being a victim of his own self sabotaging. Fast forward to today he is healthier. For Thomas, he created Mind Your Fitness with the goal to help a minimum of one million people across the globe with their physical and mental health. Check him out here.
Josh Bellish – The Rainy Day Dad
Josh looked on the internet shortly after the birth of his son in search of others in a similar situation to his own. He is an at-home father looking for a way to combat the isolation that sometimes comes with full-time parenting. In addition to being a full-time father, Bellish is a Realtor and helps run a real estate group with his husband in the Portland area. You can check out his Instagram account here.