Brilliant Dad Feature Week 122

This week our brilliant dad feature is Chris McGuire and he blogs at Out Of Depth Dad, which I recommend you check out. You won’t be disappointed. He is a writer and stay at home dad to his one year old son Sam, and he lives with his partner in Devon. His blog is called The Out of Depth Dad because he says he often feels like he is in over his head. Chris says it’s not easy this ‘Dad’ thing! How right he is! Thank you to Chris for taking part 1. Have you always wanted to be dad? I’ve… [Read More]

Brilliant Dad Feature Week 121

This weeks brilliant dad feature is Carl, a stay-at-home daddy of two daughters. Olivia who is almost three years old and Robyn who is 9 months old. He blogs as The Dadtastic Voyage. He also husband to his amazing wife Rachel. He only started his dad blog a little over a month ago. He started it as a place to share his experiences, learnings, failings and random thoughts about being a dad. This was partly to document their lives, partly to give a dad’s perspective on parenting, but mainly just to try and keep him out of trouble… His blog chronicles… [Read More]

Brilliant Dad Feature Week 120 

This week the Brilliant dad feature is Luis who blogs at Single Daddy Daycare. He is a 33 year old single co-parent with two children who are six and four years old. Outside of blogging, he works  in healthcare as an account manager for a private medical insurance firm. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, cooking, days out, golf, dining out and of course spending time with his children – which he is very passionate about. Thank you to Luis for taking part. 1. Have you always wanted to be a dad?  I knew ever since I was younger,… [Read More]

Brilliant Dad Feature Week 119 

This week our brilliant dad feature is Alan. He is co-owner of a sign making business in Newcastle upon Tyne. He is married to his wife Catherine and they have been married for 12 years now. They have added two beautiful girls to their family, Imogen and Abigail. They are 9 and 6 years old and and Alan says they’re full of too much energy. They began blogging on their family blog – Here Come The Hoopers in January 2016. It followed on from a realisation of a sudden ending. Alan’s father died of a heart attack in the September… [Read More]

Brilliant Dad Feature Week 118 

This week our brilliant dad feature is Michael who blogs at This real life Dad. He is Dad to two children, a girl and a boy, Alba, who is two years old and Arran who is nearly six months. He is a husband to his beautiful wife, Ruth. He has only just started blogging recently as he has been in and out of hospital and needed something to do to pass the time. His posts will mainly highlight his life as a dad, husband and most likely a few about his illness too. Michael is an awesome new dad blogger… [Read More]

Brilliant Dad Feature Week 117 

This week our brilliant dad feature is Dan. He is 29 years old and lives in Kent UK. He is married to Poppy and a father to two children, Taormina who is two years old and Wolfie who is six months old . He says they love animals, travelling and are a vegan family. He blogs at Dans the Word which is a blog on a father’s perspective of life and parenting. Dan and his wife also post a weekly family vlogs on family adventures. Thank you very much to Dan for taking part. 1. Have you always wanted to… [Read More]

Brilliant Dad Feature Week 116 

This week our brilliant dad feature is all Dan, but his online alias is Daddynessblog. He is 25 years old and lives in the south of England. He has two children. His boy is named Noah who is one and a half years old and his daughter, Amelia, who is almost 6 months. He is married to his wife Charlotte. Thank you to Dan for taking part. 1. Have you always wanted to be a dad? Yes. If you read my first blog entry you will see there that me and my wife Charlotte really struggled conceiving and never thought… [Read More]

Brilliant Dad Feature Week 115 

This week our brilliant dad feature is Isaac he says he started his blog DaddyDays before he really knew what blogging was. His intention was for it to be a reference point for dads looking for support, information or ideas. But when he discovered there was already a network for dads offering most of this stuff, the blog veered towards being a record of his opinions and experiences as a dad. He is slowly evolving his youtube channel and looks at places to go either as a family or if you’re just having a daddy day. Thank you to Issac for… [Read More]