This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I want to showcase dads who you should follow on Twitter. These dads are looking to share their funny stories or jokes that are centered around fatherhood. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
John Adams – Twitter @dadbloguk
John Adams is a parenting and lifestyle blogger. In addition, he has won a few awards from his writing. John is a stay-at-home dad. He gives his followers plenty of fun content on Twitter and his website Dad Blog UK. He talks about a range of useful fatherhood and family issues. If you want to follow him check him out at @dadbloguk.
David Willians – Twitter @Being_Dads
Being the best dad you can be! That is what David strives to be each day. For him, that’s what fatherhood is about. That’s all any of us dads want to be. One day he realized he wasn’t being a great dad. It was one grey winter’s day in 2014 he came to this conclusion. He was rushing his 3 and 5 year old sons out the house to nursery and school. David was working as a consultant and had a big work meeting that morning, and a train that couldn’t be missed. The kids were taking ages, as kids do. He got angry. Then he caught himself. That’s what Being Dads is about. Of course there’s no universal truth, but there are threads we can follow, ideas we can put into practice and practices we can repeat, getting better each time. Follow him on Twitter at @Being_Dads.
Stuart Hood – Twitter @fatherhoodcouk
Stuart Hood writes over at Father-Hood.co.uk. He’s a regular tweeter sharing plenty of valuable content for dads. In addition, you can expect to see common parenting questions answered. Plus he gives you product recommendations, parenting tips, and some dad jokes thrown in for good measure. Follow him at @fatherhoodcouk.
Tim – Twitter @thatchamdad
Tim is a father of three. He has two boys and one girl. His blog is about his experiences as a father. He also shares some nostalgic reflections and other random stuff that interests him from time to time. This blog helps him stay sane and he continues to labour under the misapprehension that (a) his kids might actually read some of this when they’re a bit older and (b) he will one day become vaguely competent at this blogging thing. Check him out on Twitter @thatchamdad.