To celebrate International Men’s Day on Saturday 16 November, we thought we’d share the love with some of our favourite daddy bloggers. Now, we know there are a lot out there, but to keep this post as short and sweet as possible, we thought we’d stick to a sensible five.
1. The Dadventurer
Stay-at-home dad, Dave, shares his musings on life with a toddler, via a series of videos, blog posts and podcasts. We particularly love his pregnancy guide, which offers a bloke’s-eye view of a time that is usually and understandably female-focused. He also shares his family travel tips, favourite places to visit and lots of DIY and craft activities, as well as adorable photos of the family’s sausage dog!
You can keep up with Dave, his ‘missus’, toddler and Dax the dog over at www.thedadventurer.com.
He’s also on social media
2. One Hull of a Dad
Fairly new to the blogging scene, Rich, (AKA One Hull of a Dad) has fast become one of our favourite bloggers. Posting about his life with his 2 children, wife and budgie, he also discusses some divisive topics such as politics and mental health. Currently succeeding with the 30 Day Blogger Challenge, this dad is really a hell (or Hull) of a guy!
Follow his progress over at www.onehullofadad.co.uk
He’s also on Twitter: www.twitter.com/RichSayers1610
3. Dad Blog UK
London-based dad John Adams has already been a huge help in our recent ultimate travel guide, so we thought we’d include him November’s round-up. Our favourite posts include ‘Travelling with children: what I have learned’, and ‘Going on a babymoon? What you need to know.’
You can check out John’s posts at www.dadbloguk.com
In the meantime, follow him on social media.
Yorkshireman Lewis has been documenting his life via blogging for over 4 years now. His wife Christine is also a blogger, over at Mummywhoblogs and the pair live with Penny, their pet pooch, and two boys ‘BB’ and ‘LB’.
Keep up with the family over at www.dadwhoblogs.co.uk.
He’s also on social media:
5. Tired Daddy
Possibly one of the more honest parenting blogs out there, Tired Daddy is not afraid to discuss poo explosions, the sleepless nights and all the fun that comes with being a new dad. We particularly love his Babies Poo Anywhere poem!
Follow his life as a brand new daddy over at www.tireddaddy.co.uk.
Also find him on social media: