This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right series I wanted to put the spotlight on some dads who are showing all sides of fatherhood. From humor to serious stories these dads are sharing their fatherhood journey. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Jonathan Joly – Showing All Sides Of Fatherhood
Jonathan Joly was born in Dublin. After several torturous years of childhood bullying, abuse and chronic misunderstanding from both adults and his peers, he was sent to a school for children with emotional difficulties. Jonathan met Anna Saccone. In 2009 Jonathan and Anna started creating YouTube videos about their lives from their small flat in Cork, Ireland. Over the next twelve years, as the couple married, had children and moved to the UK, they became one of YouTube’s most beloved families internationally. Across their social channels they now have over 7 million devoted followers and friends. In addition he wrote a book called, All My Friends Are Invisible.
Evan Berger & Kevin Laferriere – Dumb Dad Pod
Evan Berger and Kevin Laferriere are the creators of Dumb Dad Pod and The Dumb Dads. They look to bring humor to the perils of parenting. In addition these dads are two real life Stay-At-Home dads who love creating parenting-focused content and having honest dialogue about what it means to be a parent. Check out their YouTube page here.
Aaron Martin – Journalist Turned SAHD
Aaron is a stay-at-home dad. He spends his time with his daughter, Adley. Before taking the leap, Aaron spent 12 years as an investigative reporter working for TV stations across the country. You can follow Aaron and Adley’s daily adventures on Instagram at stayathomedad. He has written for parenting sites sharing all things fatherhood and parenting.
Joel Conder – Dad V Girls
Dad V Girls is a site created by Joel Conder. He shares his life with his wife Sarah and their five daughters. Kaci, Grace, Sophie, Chloe and Madison. They are one of the U.K.’s largest family YouTube channels. From crazy and hilarious challenges to realistic daily routines, the family’s versatile and inclusive content allows them to reach an audience spanning all ages. They put a spin on traditional content creation and using their creative flare to create fun and entertaining content. Check out their YouTube channel.