Featured image credit: Calallen Dental The “Super Dad,” the man, the myth, the legend, he brings something extra to the table. He’s unique, he’s equipped, and he’s ready for action. What exactly makes a father a super though? Well, first and foremost, it’s his attention, dedication, and love for his children. Aside from that, it’s the […]
Welcome to The Super Daddy!
This site is dedicated to dads everywhere. On this site I share my experiences, tips, and questions. And I invite you to do the same! Super Daddies unite!Awesome, show me more!
Technology is everywhere. Smart-phones and tablets are transportable, reasonably priced, and marketed towards every age group. Video games have better graphics than ever, with exciting new game choices and creative ways to play or interact within the game. Computers are lighter, smaller and faster than ever, providing a limitless potential for work, or entertainment. All […]
Alcohol-impaired drivers are the biggest threat we face on the roads. On average, 28 people die in the United States every day due to an alcohol-impaired driver. Teenagers that drive while impaired often face tough penalties. Parents, especially fathers, educating their teenagers about the dangers of alcohol is the first line of defense against drunk […]
Raising children can seem like an increasingly challenging responsibility, and it is one parents cannot afford to fail. One critical responsibility associated with parenting involves educating children about financial management. Specifically, promoting regular savings habits in children can help them to get their own lives off on the right foot. These are some steps that […]
Working Out Week 3 is down! I can’t believe it’s been three weeks already! Honestly this whole working out thing has flown by so far. It’s become part of my life. Strangely enough, it’s part of my life that I actually enjoy! Crazy right? If you had told me before I started my workouts that […]
Rough Start Week one was rough! My first day at the gym was leg day. Both sessions that week really tore me apart. Afterwards I was exhausted and weak. For the rest of the week I could barely walk. I struggled to take the stairs. All I wanted to do was sit or lay down. […]