Dads are critical.

Dads are necessary.

Dads are engaged.


It’s Father’s Day Week here on The Round Table.  We are so excited about the community that has gathered around us and for the continued discussions about parenting.  This week we do not want to alienate anyone who doesn’t have a dad in their life for one reason or another.  What we want is to continue to build a safe place for having discussions about parenting.  We all come from different backgrounds and have varying types of “daddy issues”, but we are all welcome here.

As we lead into Father’s Day, we want to make sure that we are pushing forward with the fatherhood discussion.  We want to make sure that we move through the confusion of gender-specific roles in the home, beyond the anger towards outdated commercial campaigns, and build a community where we can challenge one another to be more.

This Wednesday Night we will chat about Dads.  Join us if you have (or had) 1 dad, 2 dads, or no dads.  If you are a dad, or want to be one someday, jump in, because we don’t bite.  We are online at 6pst/9est.

See you then.



The Beginning
About ManvDadhood

I am a man, and by my wife’s standards that makes me flawed. My challenge to parents, and to myself, is not to teach my kids about the kind of person I hope them to become one day, but to become that person today.

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