This week for the These Dads Are Doing It Right series I want to highlight some dad bloggers that you need to check out. These dads are sharing their fatherhood journey with the world. From funny moments to celebrating milestones these dads write some incredible stories. They also look to share some of their hobbies and interests. These dads might even get you to look at fatherhood in a different way. If you have a dad blogger you want to share with me please leave it in the comment section below so we can follow more dad bloggers.
Brandon Billinger – The Rookie Dad
Brandon became a father or as he calls it, a rookie dad in 2010. He has been writing about it since. He looks to give you a deeper look at what a dad is feeling in a particular moment. Brandon is a working father who is trying to do what he can to provide for my family. He is a father of 2 boys. Brandon enjoys reading a good book, watching sports, and spending time outside. He also writes about fitness, travel, and sports. To check out one of the OG dad bloggers go to his website at therookiedad.com.
Jason Greene – One Good Dad
From the time he was a child, Jason’s dream was to become an actor and a writer. After a few years of auditioning and bit parts here and there, Jason was about to take on the biggest role imaginable. It was the role of being a dad. After his son was born, he became a stay-at-home dad. Now he is a proud dad of 4 children. Being a stay-at-home dad has changed the way he thinks about himself and the world around him. That has led him to become a dad blogger and travel blogger. His site covers parenting challenges and rewards, faith, travel, entertainment and sports. Check out his fatherhood journey at thejasongreene.com.
R.C. Liley – Going Dad
R.C. was a mutual fund accountant at a big company for almost 6 years and am now a stay-at-home dad. Health is of the upmost importance in his family and will make sure that’s reflected on his blog. He refuses to eat out unless I have no other option, and even then it will be something minimal. R.C. prefers to prepare his own food so he knows exactly what is used. He is passionate about raising a happy, healthy family. R.C. is always trying new food, supplements, nootropics, and products in the health and fitness world. He will also share any worthy recipes he comes across or create as well as fun but challenging workouts. Find out about his story, recipes and workout routines at going-dad.com.
Richie Williams – St. Louis Dad
Richie shares his experiences of being a parent, specifically a dad. The focus of this site is for other parents that may want a different perspective on things. The ultimate goal with this site is to hopefully inspire new and seasoned parents. During the day he works as a network administrator for a local school district. At night you can find him illustrating books, working on websites, or creating music. Yet, most likely he will be spending time with his kids. Over the last few years being a dad he has learned a lot about parenthood and his site at stlouisdad.com is where you can see his story.
Tobin Walsh – The Good Bad Dad
Tobin will tell you that he is not a parenting expert. His site is not about telling you what to do as a parent. He feels that his life is a case study in the trials and tribulations of being a Good-Bad Dad. Tobin looks to share his experiences as a father of five children with the hope that his authenticity might help you make sense of your own fast-break life. He looks to raise top-notch kids. Tobin will be there for you in the tireless and thankless journey that we call fatherhood. To learn more about Tobin go to his website at goodbaddad.com.