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Regarding “Add your link”; “Your site must be about parenting”–can the site be FOR parents? My twenty-one-year-old son has built a content-rich video game review site geared toward parent education. Funny thing is, most moms, I’ve been learning, would just rather not know–but I believe dads aren’t quite so “squeamish” on this issue; a very important issue in today’s generation. I would appreciate it if you’d take a look at Jorim’s List, http://jorimslist.com, and see if it’s something you would find appropriate to exchange links with–Jorim would be happy to add your site!
Your blog is very nice, creative and full of helpful knowledge. I have created a website that is for fathers to come and vent, give help, get help, or just shoot the breeze with other fathers. I would ask that you take a moment to go check it out at http://www.justdaddys.net sign up and see whats happening. The site is new and I would love to have someone like you get in on the ground floor and help promote and get involved. If you have any comments or questions about this let me know. I will be happy to answer.
Great stuff….Check out my Daddy Blog…I think you will get a kick out of it.
Cool blog….I’m a dad of a 2-year-old in Cols as well!
@Wm: I like your blog! This is right up my alley! Momma reminds me all the time how much of a cheapskate I am… 😀
Gosh, I wish there were dad blogs when I was little. My dad raised me by himself (mom died when I was 9). He would have loved this!
Wondering if you’d be interested in reviewing my website http://www.spellitoutphotos.com My business partner and I have a great letter art photography website.
Our main products are frames and canvas pieces that you can customize with our images. Somewhat of a must see in order to understand the concept. Take a peek.
Our alphabet poster is great for Teacher Gifts or kids rooms. It teaches the kids to look past the obvious (you can find it under our “other products” section.
Also, our cards are great small gifts. Personalize some for mom or get her a beautiful frame that says FAMILY in countryside images.
Let me know if you have further questions.
I invite you to join our top with parenting, dads, moms and related sites: http://www.allfamilysites.com
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I hope you will join me in DADuary 2013.
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My name is Jared. My kid's names are Ace and Valerie. Between the three of us, we keep it mighty interesting for Momma! :D
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