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kiphakes

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from kiphakes.com

I'm Kip, I'm a 32 year old Daddy Blogger, from Chelmsford, Essex. I'm married, with two children, a Daughter, G (10) and a Son, J (1). My blogging subject include - Parenting, Technology, Reviews,...


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K Is For ..... Klass, Myleene Klass

from adayinthisdadslife

I blog about my kids my two boys JR who is 5, TP who is 3 and my little princess L-A who is one I also blog about things we get up to as a f


Diary of the Dad

Dead seagulls are good luck!

from Diary of the Dad

Twitter: @DiaryOfTheDad

My name's Tom and I'm a proud dad. Here are my bewildered musings about life in general and the little lives I find myself responsible for.


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Triple D Bingo with Guy Fieri

from Food Urchin

Twitter: @FoodUrchin

Food adventurer and father of cheeky twins.


Living with Luke

Living with Luke 46

from Living with Luke

Twitter: @dansthunderbol

A blog about living with an Autistic child, written from a Father's point of view.


DaddownUnder

The Male Underwear Model Who Came To Stay

from Dad Down Under

Twitter: @daddownunder

Confessions of a stay at home dad - sometimes insightful, occasionally humourous, always honest


Urban Fathers Liberation Front

I've just noticed a clock…

from Urban Fathers Liberation Front

Twitter: @londonletters

Opinions you never wanted from a dad you've never met; a confused dad, working out the city.


spacegirlanddaddy

SCIENTIST

from spacegirlanddaddy.com

Twitter: @sgadblog

The adventures of Space Girl and Daddy as they explore the Universe together: a daddy caring for his daughter after his wife returns to work


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Manners cost nothing

from Goodbye, Pert Breasts: The Diary of a Newborn Dad

What started out as a 'dad's eye' view of pregnancy has since snowballed into my random, award-winning whitterings.


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My Sunday Photo

from Disillusioned Dad

Twitter: @Papa_Tont

The ramblings of a dad consistently failing to meet society's expectations of what a father should be.