Every day more and more dads are taking to their keyboards to share with the world the trials and tribulations of modern day parenthood. Yes, there are mummy blogs all over the Internet, but in the past couple of years there has been the rise in the number of dads taking to the Internet to tell their side too has been phenomenal.
And getting dads’ side of the story has been great fun so far.
Dads share anything from personal stories and new gadgets, to lifestyle topics and cooking, so brands are keen to work with dads too as they value a dad’s opinion on their baby products. As Knuma was created by 3 hard-working fathers, we value what dads out there think about our products, just as much as mums. In fact, because we design not only for babies, but parents too, we care just as much about what dads think about our competitors in the same market, such as the Stokke Tripp Trapp or the Oxo Tot Sprout highchair.
Dad blogs are a great resource too, especially when you’re looking for the best high chairs around. That’s because, despite what organised mums might joke about, many dads love making lists as much as they love keeping things as simple as possible. So you’ll often come across posts such as ’10 of the best highchairs’, ‘the most popular highchairs’ or the ‘best selling co-sleeping cribs’Â – where you’ll get straight to the point and get what you’re looking for, pretty much immediately.
Here are a few of our favourite Dad blogs that we think you should take a look at:
Not only did we receive a gold award for our Huddle 4-in-1 bedside crib from this dad blogger, but The Dad Network also offers an online hub and support network for dad’s like never before.
A top 10 UK Dad Blog and top 200 UK Parenting Blog chronicling life as a stay at home dad, containing random thoughts, brutal honesty and plenty of laughs
A stay at home dad with two young girls, blogging about fatherhood, parenting, equalities and lifestyle issues.
Stay at home dad blogger chronicling the fun and games of a geek father, his fangirl daughter, and their ongoing struggle against pinkification
Britain’s premier parent blogger: according to the Sunday Times. Charts life as a married dad of 3 and the challenges of balancing home and work.
Check them out -Â they’e a great source of fun, fatherly insight and who knows, if you’re a dad, they may even inspire you to start bashing out a blog!