As I communicate with fathers all over the world about parenting, being a dad and working with family issues, I have found some amazing Facebook pages by and for dads that can help any man be a better father. While I know first hand how addictive Facebook can be, it is an important tool for tech-savvy fathers. Facebook is a great place to connect, get ideas, find support and just share our fathering journey with other dads around the world. So check out these pages and see what you think. I... am confident that any dad that visits these pages will find other great dads having great fatherhood experiences.
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Dad and Buried is one of the most popular fatherhood pages on Facebook. Mike Julianelle is the creator of Dad and Buried and he posts about his own family, parenting, and fatherhood in general and about the life and interests of men. The page chronicles Mike's journey from a new dad to now having a toddler and all that he is learning, experiencing, and laughing about.
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All Pro Dad is an organization founded by former NFL Coach Tony Dungy and is a site dedicated to speaking out about the importance of fatherhood in the lives of families and children. The Facebook page offers links to upcoming events, articles, advice and more for fathers. All Pro Dad has tons of resources for fathers, whether at its website or on Facebook.
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Savvy Daddy is one of the most "liked" of the fatherhood pages on Facebook, and for good reason. With lots of interactivity and opportunities to share fathering experiences, it is a great place to explore for any father. I love the links from the Savvy Daddy blog as well as from other fathering sites and Facebook pages.
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PBS Parents, while not specifically directed at fathers, has a ton of helpful information on parenting, and helps connect dads to ideas and resources available through PBS. It is one of the pages I go to often to catch up on parenting issues of interest to fathers.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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The National Fatherhood Initiative is a national effort in the US to strengthen families and fathers. Their Facebook page offers links to tons of material of help to fathers and has links to news articles about fathers around the country.
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Sometimes you run across a Facebook page that is just so human it makes you smile. Single Dad Laughing is one of the best known fathering blogs and the Facebook page keeps the same sense of hunor about life and single parenting. Whether he writes about vacations, parenting in general, or the foibles of single fathering, any dad is guaranteed to have a fun moment or two at Single Dad Laughing.
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Dad Labs has an amazing website as well. Dad Labs is the name of a television show in which a group of dads helps point other fathers in the right direction. The page offers a weekly list of top parenting articles and more help for dads of all ages. And their videos are both instructive and entertaining - just what dads need to be better.
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Jeff Allanach is a columnist for The Gazette in Maryland and writes about family and fatherhood issues. His columns are very real and very readable, and I enjoy them a lot. His Facebook page offers personal insights from the everyday life of a great dad!Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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This page has lots of resources for Stay-at-Home Dads including information about and from their national conventions, links to good articles for fathers and more! If you are a stay-at-home dad, you will definitely want to check out this page and like it so you can stay up to date.
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Playground Dad is one my favorite fatherhood websites, particularly because they focus on making time for play with the kids by being more efficient with time elsewhere. And they love gadgets that help with personal productivity. They have a ton of great resources for dads of all types and interests.