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Fatherville – Where Real Fathers Write About Real Fatherhood February 20, 2007

Posted by Ced in Info.

Fatherville.com is a great resource for becoming a better dad, or from the eyes of your child, the best dad ever.

“It’s for fathers…by fathers and about fathers and the rewards of fatherhood. The purpose of this site is to provide articles and essays that will encourage men to become better fathers through the exchange of ideas that can take place in an online environment. I believe that when we are willing to relate our own personal tips, tricks and traps we can learn from one another about some of the pitfalls to be avoided. To be sure parenting is a journey. But if we can help one another along the way then we can become a support and an encouragement for one another in order to do our most important job to the very best of our ability.” [Fatherville.com]

The site features:

  • Forums
  • Interviews
  • Free Resources (Tip of the Week, E-Book for New Dads, Top Tips for Dads, etc.)
  • Home Based Business Articles
  • and lots more.

For convenience, articles are grouped according to these categories:

  • Stepfathers
  • New Dads
  • Divorced Dads
  • Stay at Home Dads
  • Homeschooling Fathers
  • Spiritual Dads
  • Everyday Dads
  • Fathers of Teens
  • Special Needs Dads
  • Military Dads
  • Financially Smart Dads
  • Widowed Fathers

So no matter what kind of dad you are, this site would surely be a great source of information for enjoying fatherhood, and eventually be the “Ultimate Dad” for your kid.

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