This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I wanted to showcase some dads who defining what it means to be the modern dad. From a dad who stays at home and cooks and cleans to a dad who coaches his kid’s team. Make sure you follow these dads on social media. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their site in the comment section below.
Kevin McKeever – Home And Uncool
Kevin McKeever runs Write On, Kevin Communications in between his duties as an at-home dad to three: boy, girl and canine. He wrote a nationally award-winning newspaper column, blogs at Always Home and Uncool and tweets as @homeanduncool. His work has been featured in USA Today, Canada’s Globe and Mail, the New York Daily News, The Huffington Post and landfills worldwide. He also writes for City Dads Group. Check out his work over at his site blogonkevin.blogspot.com.
Jason – The Modern Dad
Jason is, as he calls himself, a modern dad. For years he has been the guy that does it all. He does the shopping, cooking, cleaning, and laundry. In 2012 life changed when he married the love of his life Emily in the Salt Lake Temple. They were married for a month when they found out that they were expecting their first child. So now instead of the guy that does it all, he is officially the modern dad. He decided to take it to the next level. He wanted to be able to help others do the things that he does and shows them that they can do it too. To learn how this modern dad does it go to his site at the-modern-dad.com.
Adam Hall – The Tenor Dad
Adam is a stay-at-home Dad who also happens to be a professional opera singer. When he is not on the road singing for various opera companies, he is at home taking care of my kids and driving his wife crazy. In addition, you can read all about it at his site over tenordad.com.
Roberto Santiago – An Interdisciplinary Life
Roberto wanted to create something that reflected what he wants out of life, which is an opportunity to do everything. He has never wanted one job. Roberto didn’t want to be constrained by a theme that limits the topics he can explore here. An Interdisciplinary Life is a life predicated on exploring interesting questions, whatever they may be. His writing has appeared nationally in the magazines Latina and Parenting and in various academic journals. Read his thoughts over at aninterdisciplinarylife.com.