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DannyUK

Bulbs2Go – More LED bulb buying

from DannyUK

Twitter: @DannyUK

The ramblings of any and everything by a dad-of-four. The blog is not restricted to stuff about kids.


Deaf Dad

Charlie Swinbourne: The 10 annoying habits of hearing people

from The Limping Chicken

Twitter: @charlie_swin

This blogger's writing about being a deaf stay-at-home dad.


EmilySearle

Trutex School Uniform Review

from Our IVF Journey: All the fun of living life with twins

Twitter: @Twinmumanddad

Follow this blogger's journey to parenthood through IVF and all the ups and downs of parenting premature twins.


First Time Dad

Thank you midwife for telling my wife this!

from First Time Dad

Twitter: @dadfuture

Follow my experiences on becoming a "First Time Dad"


dave

Review: Dyson V6 Total Clean Cordless Vacuum Cleaner

from The DADventurer

Twitter: @the_dadventurer

A twenty-something bloke chronicling the trials and tribulations of being a dad to Baby L, hubby to Hay and ruler of Dax the sausage dog.


kiphakes

How to get great Blogging Opportunities without being a dick.

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,...


blog

My “Larry David” Moment

from Looking for the Postman

Amateur chef, dad, husband, music producer, wannabe photographer writing nonsense about life.


Daddy Daydream

Valentine's Day? Eeeek!

from Daddy Daydream

Twitter: @DaddyDaydream

Blog of a Dad with a lot on his mind.


TiredDad

Conversations With My Boss.

from Tired Dad

Twitter: @reallytireddad

He used to have insomnia. His children used to live in the same Postal Code area as him. He can't be bothered to change the name of the blog.


Dadbloguk

A poem by my daughter

from Dadbloguk.com

Twitter: @dadbloguk

Father of two young girls writing about parenting from the dad's perspective. Funny and thought provoking in equal measure, he highlights the gender barriers fathers face.