Tim is the dad blogger on this site, and he and his wife Joyce blog about their experiences as they ventured into the unknown territory of pregnancy and parenthood. They share experiences with their little one and write great reviews of kid-friendly places around Melbourne. This post about Crybaby Sessions at The Old Bar in Melbourne had us packing up the tot and ready to attend.
The Shed is where Julian O’Brien -- dad to two lil princesses and husband to another -- hangs out. Julian gives a dad’s perspective on life with his two young girls. He’s open, honest and funny in his writing and covers all bases from vasectomies to fears his girls are growing up too fast. His wife Kellie was one of our favourite mummy bloggers, and now? They're a joint package.
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Matt is a stay-at-home dad who hails from England but now resides in Melbourne with his family. He always wanted to be a dad -- even feeling that it was his calling in life. He writes about raising his young son Max, and his posts are sometimes funny and sometimes thought-provoking. In Snips and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails he writes all too truthfully about the differences between boys and girls.
Clint is Reservoir Dad, a stay-at-home-dad who is working away on a novel while also parenting his four wee ones. He is currently enrolled in a Novel Manuscript Development Course and writing 5,000 words per week, so his blog is a bit quieter than usual. He and his wife assumed their kids would be happier at home than at child care, and since Reservoir Mum made more money and loved her private physiotherapist practice it was logical that he would care for the children during the day. His posts are sometimes sprinkled with an f-bomb, but his take on parenthood is spot on and so relatable. When he wrote about his answer to a simple question his son asked at bedtime, we were hooked.
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Parenting from a dad’s point of view, Tork’s blog is sometimes funny, sometimes serious. He gives his perspective on what it’s like to be an Australian dad. His baby boy has battled some breathing issues, and he writes about these struggles with honesty and hope. When we read his post about how unborn babies speak to their mothers we had to share a few of our own pregnancy dreams.