This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I wanted to share with you some dads who have built up a strong community of dads. They are looking to connect with other dads and show us why dads are important. They are showing us the power of their presence. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Soy Súper Papá – The Super Power Of Fatherhood
Soy Súper Papá is an organization with the mission of empowering fathers. They provide active parents with a safe space to share experiences, strategies and advice. Soy Súper Papá also provides mentorship to foster a culture of active fatherhood and equity since 2016. Therefore make sure you check out their Facebook page.
Big Brown Dad – Carlos Aguilar
Big Brown Dad is a comedic fatherhood blog by a Carlos Aguilar. His writing on music, religion, education and youth culture has appeared in Christianity Today, Sojourners, Prism and the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. Carlos has also written and produced television programs for networks such as TVGN, Lifetime, Hallmark, Current TV and Mun2. In addition he was a former hip hop artist known as Bookworm Brown. He’s performed across the US, Mexico, Guatemala, China and Japan.
Reality Changers – Jorge Narvaez
On Jorge’s YouTube page you will see music covers and family vlogs from the Narvaezs Family. They are a musically inclined Hispanic family from San Diego. Ever since their cover of “Home” by Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros went viral in 2010, the Narvaez family’s life has not been the same. This simple family from San Diego said goodbye to their normal life as Jorge and Alexa auditioned for America’s Got Talent, performed everywhere from “The Ellen Degeneres Show” to China. In their videos they are always showing the world the importance of family. Make sure you check out their YouTube channel here.
Dad Style 99 – Flor Mercado
Flor Mercado’s mission is to encourage you to stand by what you believe in and be yourself the best way you know how. He shares his personal fatherhood experiences in hopes that you find something that will help you in yours. You will also find tips on how to step up your “Dad Style” game and hear from others that can help guide you to uncovering what makes you unique. He is also part of the Orlando City Dads Group. Check out his website here.