I recently found out (to my absolute horror) that I have one or two men reading my blog. Crikey, I thought, my blog is tainted with TMI about 'women' things. I guess I'm going to have to stop (or at least limit) discussions about fanny farts, genital warts and how one can reuse tampons...
In honour of the men out there, brave enough to read mommy blogs, I've highlighted a few of my favourite bloggers of those people who have "cookies with a handle" (courtesy of kambabe).
PS - couldn't find too many locally lekker ones. Pass on their details if you know of any
Dad Or Alive is hilarious! As a former television exec for both Adam Sandler & Chelsea Handler, Dad Or Alive is the confessions and misadventures of a first-time, unexpected, stay-at-home dad. Funny, disgusting and sometimes sentimental
I love Daddy Knows Less. It's not often that a man admits to knowing less than his female counterpart. When a man admits it in cyberspace I say R.E.S.P.E.C.T. The blog is a floundering yet flourishing father's take on the perils and pearls of parenthood.
Editor of destiny man, man, father, husband, poet, writer, content producer, media consultant, dreamer, this a website for those of you who enjoy a man with intellect and good looks. Visit Kojo Baffoe's website.
What happens at the dinner table stays at the dinner table...NOT! Dinner with Daddy is a hoot. He refers to his kids as Mini Buns, Sticky Buns and Cheddar Buns
Always Home and Uncool is about an at-home dad to two kids, househusband to an executive goddess, master to a poop-spewing pup, freelance writer to fewer and fewer, and a goofball to all. Order subject to change
Always Jacked just types what the boys tell him...
I Have To Wipe Their What? Need I say more?
Bringing Up Charlie is about a dad in a mum's world. Bringing up Charlie charts the progress of stay-at-home dad Tim Atkinson as his wife returns to work, leaving him holding the baby and changing the diapers
Are We Still Cool follows the slightly neurotic character of Cool Dad, who wonders if he's still cool after becoming a parent. Almost three years into the blog, the jury's still out on that one.