Stay at Home Dads

We are very excited to announce that we’ll be working with The Good Men Project to share some of their great content here at Digital Dads. I think something that doesn’t happen enough online is guys sharing links and exposure to others so that is why we are doing this.

Every week, we’ll share some of their popular posts around a given theme as chosen by the team there.

This week we are focusing on the rise and roles of the modern stay at home dad.

Here are a few links discussing everything from being the only guy in a “mom’s group” to tips on how to still enjoy ‘guy stuff” while being a full time parent:

The Lone Dad in Mom World 
The thought of being the only guy in a group full of moms was probably the most unpalatable thing I could think of up to that point in my life.

The Keys To Stay At Home Dad Success
There are a ton of good reasons to be a stay at home parent. Here’s how to do it well.

Traditionally Radical: The Rise of the Stay-At-Home Dad
A stay-at-home dad is no less of a parent than a stay-at-home mom, so what’s the difference?

Are Stay-at-Home Dads Macho?
In the fourth of a five-part series on love and relationships, Tom Matlack and author Laura Munson debate the question: Are stay-at-home dads macho?

We hope you find these posts informative and fun. Have a theme you’d like to see covered? Let us know!

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C.C. Chapman is the Founder of Digital Dads and the Author of Content Rules. He is a family first entrepreneur with two great kids (a boy and a girl) who loves the outdoors, cooking, photography and playing with technology. He consults with companies around the globe to help them embrace the new world of marketing and business. C.C. is a sought after speaker, photographer and content creator who looks forward to each day as a new adventure.

3 Responses to “Stay at Home Dads”

  1. Raul Colon Says:

    @CC_chapman:twitter , 

    This is great. Although we work from home and my other half does most of the load when it comes to taking care of our 14 month old I am here to help with everything I can while I run a business. 

    Looking forward to chatting with you in Austin. My biggest concern leaving for Austin is not being there for my daughter. Thanks for the update! 

  2. David Cutler Says:

    Let’s have a “Parent Trap” room at SXSW to access a quiet webcam or Google Hangout  with the family back home… we should do it at Home Slice Pizza at 1415 South Congress!

  3. PJ Mullen Says:

    Of those “keys to success” the hardest, without a doubt, is finding time to take care of yourself. I’m sure stay at home moms have been dealing with this for eons, but it is so true. I can’t tell you the last time I had a mental health day, or even hour.

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