Brian Fennell — a.k.a. SYML — opens up about adoption and identity, balancing life as a touring musician with being a good dad, and finding comfort in simplicity.
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One stolen pen, one misjudged school major, one divorce. For single dad Trevor Ludlow, fate hasn’t always been kind, but it’s delivered some strong life lessons.
Nashville singer-songwriter Griffin House writes that becoming a dad has helped him become the musician – and human being – that he’s always wanted to be.
Splitting with the mother of your children brings a whole new dynamic to dealing with the in-laws, writes this British dad-blogger.
“Ponytails. Bunches. Plaits.” Stephen Crooks tells The Dad Website that while fatherhood has presented many challenges, he’s mastered one that’s beyond many dads: his daughter’s hair.
Regular movie nights with his daughter are the antithesis of time spent with his late father, writes Tom Gilchrist.
For Californian dad Eric Miller, applying Malcolm Gladwell’s ‘10,000-hour rule’ – the suggested time required to master something – to his daughter’s many endeavours has proven an impossible task.
Heather Caporaso pays tribute to her marshmallow-soft, Soprano-lookalike dad.
Ahead of Richmond’s biggest game in 35 years, Tigers fanatic Jason Cook reflects on a lifelong love of the Yellow and Black.
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.