Blogger Daniel Phnut recently alerted The Dad Website to an article detailing 101 things he wants his daughter to experience. We found some of the list contentious and asked if he would explain or elaborate. Here is his response.
Monthly Archives: July 2017
‘The Myth of Mr. Mom’ helped put stay-at-home dads on the map when it became an Amazon best-seller in 2011. Six years on, we chat with its creator and co-author, Jeremy Rodden.
Pete ‘The Prof’ Mitcham examines the delicate balance of imbibing while looking after the kids, and that age-old poser: how many is too many?
Navigating the dating scene as a single parent is “bloody hard work”, explains British dad Ed Smart.
Craig Freeman, a.k.a. ‘The Rambling Dad’ tells The Dad Website how first-time fatherhood propelled him into the blogosphere.
Dad of three Daniel Lewis explains why he’s changed his tune on the by-choice childfree.
We chat with economist-turned-scriptwriter Jorge Camacho, whose first big-screen foray, the Norwegian-Colombian drama “Handle with Care”, hits Australia this weekend as part of the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival.
Fergus Donaldson reflects on the iconic 1980s flick whose overriding message – that sometimes it’s OK to not know what you’re doing – still rings true today.
PwC employee Jack Bell has just returned from 3 months’ paid parental leave – an experience, he writes, that not many dads get, but would benefit greatly from.
Stefano Chiriaco, health and fitness guru and our resident ‘Dads Coach’, offers three simple steps to help time-pressed dads better value themselves.