We chew the fat with widower dad Chris Martin, whose blog Just a Dad has struck a chord not only in his native Australia but all over the world.
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We chat with Mark and Julie Wallace, a Brisbane couple who lost their daughter Sara in last year’s London Bridge terror attack, and who have since founded Sarz Sanctuary, a charity that supports those suffering from traumatic grief.
Having run in the “wrong direction” after losing his baby boy at 10 weeks and cheating death himself, Kimbokol Kolstad is now cruising in mind and body as part of the Asics FrontRunner movement.
Chris McGuire – a.k.a. Out of Depth Dad – writes that his mother’s parting regret, before succumbing to cancer at 45, lives on as inspiration for his approach to fatherhood.
The Dad Network helped amplify the all-important message ‘Dads don’t babysit’, and as Dave Manoucheri writes, it’s catching on for ALL parents.
While his wife’s death transported Californian dad-of-four Dave Manoucheri, DeLorean-style, to a time when he was single and void of responsibility, it helped him become the best dad he could be in the present.
There’s a place for jingling bells and Santa Claus’ imminent arrival, but we think the most effective Christmas tunes are those laced with real life. Here are five of The Dad Website’s faves.
Ahead of Father’s Day in Australia, Emma Boyd pays tribute to her dearly missed dad.
What’s a bloke to do when his wife passes and he’s suddenly raising four children alone? Face the music, that’s what. Here’s Dave Manoucheri’s story.
To mark International Day of the Unborn Child, Floridian dad-of-five and blogger Mike Smith recalls the harrowing experience of losing not only an unborn child, but almost his wife as well.