Dad Websites Every Man Should Read At Least Once A Week

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I spend a disgusting amount of time on the internet. I spend more time on the internet than the average person. I know this to be a fact. How? Because it’s a part of my job — not the parenting job, the other paying job) — to read, research and write about a myriad of different topics.

So what do I do in my down time? MESS AROUND ONLINE, OF COURSE! And I updated this website. In order to keep up with the current topics, trends and issues of parenting it’s necessary to consume other parenting blogs. And not just any parenting blogs but the best parenting blogs online.

A massive number of those parenting blogs are run by, and focus on, mothers. However, there are more than a few dad blogs that are absolutely killing it in terms of appealing to fathers of all ages and interest.

This post is a collection of dad blogs and websites that every father (and mother) should check out on the regular. Some are hyper-focused on parenting and being a dad, some are dedicated to the dad lifestyle and a few are just damn fun. Here’s a list of the best dad websites and blogs to bookmark for future reading enjoyment.

Best Dad Websites For Every Father

The Dad Website

The Dad Website was created by three dads with just six kids between them but has quickly grown into a much bigger, more functional family with contributors and readers from all over the world. One of the motivations behind the site was the fact that it’s not always easy being a dad these days. The rules keep changing, as does the role. The one constant seems to be that there’s always something to worry about and as a result it’s easy to get overwhelmed. By sharing our stories, advice and Heart Talks, The Dad Website aims to inspire modern men to become better dads and to raise great kids.

WHERE TO START: When The Wheels Fall Off

All Pro Dad

All Pro Dad is a group passionately committed to bringing intentional focus to fathers around the world. Our message will inspire you to embrace who you are, give you tenderness of heart, and boldness of character as a dad and husband. We are consistently here for you to provide guidance and practical tips in raising your kids in a life-giving way. All Pro Dad is on a mission to help men love and lead their family well.

WHERE TO START: How to Best Parent Your Competitive Child Without Squelching Their Passion was established in 2008 as a new generation men’s lifestyle channel and the leading voice for Dads. At we want to celebrate the changing role of Dads with engaging, helpful, practical, entertaining resources and content for every stage of their journey. It is home to the largest connected community of active, involved Dads through its interactive forum, providing great peer to peer support and advice for what can be one of the most challenging and rewarding life experiences.

WHERE TO START: My Son Suffers From Sleep Anxiety

How To Be A Dad

If you were looking for a website telling you how to be a dad… You didn’t find it. Charlie & Andy aren’t experts in “dadology.” They aren’t even sure such a thing exists. They’re just here to tell you that being a parent sometimes means experiencing things without an authority, letting love and humor get you through. For those other times, they recommend a sturdy helmet.

WHERE TO START: Extreme Tips For Overprotecting Your Kid

The Must-Have Book For Every New Dad Is Here

Mr. Dad

Hailed by Time Magazine as “the superdad’s superdad,” Armin Brott is a pioneer in the field of fatherhood and has been building better fathers for more than a decade. As the author of eight bestselling books on fatherhood, he’s helped millions of men around the world become the fathers they want to be—and that their children need them to be.

WHERE TO START: The Downside Of Getting High During Pregnancy

Life of Dad

Life of Dad is a place where you can connect with other dads and parents from around the world about anything you want to talk about, including fatherhood, sports, music and any other aspect of life.

WHERE TO START: How To Stop Your Kid From Being Bullied


Fatherly is a parenting resource for men who understand that embracing what they’ve become doesn’t mean giving up who they are. Men who want to be great fathers without turning into cliches. Men who spent their formative years laughing at blogs about dads in short shorts, but who will never, ever wear short shorts themselves.

WHERE TO START: 50 Adult Jokes Hidden In Kid’s Cartoons

Dad or Alive

Adrian’s bio is extensive so the easiest way to describe his website is written right in the banner at the top of the blog — “confessions of an unexpected stay-at-home dad.”

WHERE TO START: A Letter To My Wife, You’re Doing Good

Lunchbox Dad

Beau wants to make lunch time fun, connect with your kids, and show products that make your life as a busy parent easier. Each week on Lunchbox Dad you will find creative recipes, funny pictures, and my thoughts on parenting and life in general. In the sidebar to the right are some of my most popular posts that will give you ideas and also make you laugh.

WHERE TO START: Any Of His Awesome Bento Box Lunches

Daddy Style Diaries

Jeff is a husband, dad and aspiring fashion savant and motivational speaker. He wants to show dads, and the world, that life is not over after kids. Entrepreneur, Musician, aviation enthusiast and spontaneous adventure seeker, Jeff offers lifestyle and parenting tips for the modern father.

WHERE TO START: Dads Are Magic Too, Even When There Isn’t An Audience

Designer Daddy

Creativity informs, fuels, and inspires every aspect of Brent Almond’s life. Whether it’s his 5 years as a blogger, 6 years as a dad, 20+ years as a graphic designer and illustrator, or a lifetime of doodling, Brent approaches everything with the question, “How can I make this more informative, beautiful, meaningful, or fun?” Designer Daddy is home to his obsessions with pop culture and superheroes, the occasional crafting project, and his adventures being the gay dad of an adopted son.

WHERE TO START: Make Game Night Great Again: Board Games & Cocktail Pairings!

Websites For Dads That Aren’t About Fatherhood

The Daily Want

The Daily Want is an online destination for men who want more out of life than just the bare necessities. With a half practical, half aspirational approach to content, The Daily Want provides their readers information through a unique blend of daily deals and new releases of all the gear and gadgets guys really want. Because as we like to say around here, “Needs are no fun.”

WHERE TO START: How To Cook A Perfect Steak At Home Regardless Of Price And Cut

Wolf & Iron

Wolf & Iron was created to spur men on towards the High Calling of Manliness, through articles which inspire manly thoughts and manly actions. Too many sites are trying to sell males on what it means to be a man with sex and sports and alcohol. The meaning of true masculinity is lost on most.

WHERE TO START: Judging A Man By His Apples

The Whiskey Reviewer

The Whiskey Reviewer is a web magazine covering the world of whisk(e)y. Depending on the indexing service in question, we are ranked as the third- or fourth-most widely read whiskey media website in the world, making it a leading source for whiskey reviews, news, mixology and drinks, history, travel, and other information.

WHERE TO START: The Shortcuts Around Aging Whiskey

Did I miss a dad website or blog that needs attention and a shout out? Let me know in the comments and I’ll be glad to check it out. 


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