This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right series I put the spotlight on daringly dads who are sharing their fatherhood journey. From podcasts to social media to websites, these dads really enjoy being a father. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Jesse Jarvis – A Daringly Dad
Jesse is a dad to three kids who’s had to learn the hard way what works and doesn’t with his own kids. He has spent twenty years leading groups of teenagers, coaching teams of young adults and sitting down for intentional one on ones. In addition, Jess loves sharing in small groups. Over on his site he shares some of his own personal practices on what works and doesn’t work when communicating with your young and pre-teen kids. Check out his site here.
Matthew Krekeler – Girl Dad Nation
Matthew welcomes you to Girl Dad Nation. Krekeler is a proud father of three amazing young girls. He started this podcast to learn from other dads with daughters. In addition he hopes to share some helpful tips that he has learned as well. He interviews awesome dads from a variety of backgrounds. If you are looking for quick tips on specific topics, check out the pods labeled Dad Hacks.
Scott Beller – Storyteller
Scott Beller is the proud, imperfect dad of two mighty girls, Morgan and Lauren. He is the imperfect husband of rock-star mom, Elisabeth, former soccer coach. He is the editor of the Daddying blog, and DCG’s Director of Communications. His first book, Beggars or Angels, was a ghostwritten memoir for the nonprofit Devotion to Children’s founder Rosemary Tran Lauer. He was formerly known as “Imperfect Dad” and Head Writer for the Raising Nerd blog. The blog supported parents in inspiring the next generation of scientists, engineers, and creative problem solvers.
The Baddie Daddie Podcast – Enjoying Fatherhood
The Baddie Daddie Podcast is a group of a few guys born and raised in the Bay Area, CA. They are trying to do the best they can for their families, friends and ourselves. In addition they want to connect with real dad’s especially within where they live. Check out their podcast to get real life moments all while they are having some fun doing it.