Recap Reviews, February 7 Edition

The first week in February found some great blogs, and brought some excellent submission suggestions out of the woodwork!  Thank you to all of those who submitted a blog link for review, and please–keep them coming!  Tell your blogging friends!

Week In Review, February 7, 2009

As is the custom (at least I’m making it one), here’s a link to last week’s review in case you missed those great blogs: Week in Review, January 31, 2009.

Now, on to the latest and greatest….

  • Continuing a bit on the parenting theme that rose to the forefront last week, we had an excellent suggestion from one of our readers to review Dad’s Adventure.  This is the blog of American Greg Bishop, the creator of the well-known Boot Camp for New Dads.  There is a lot of excellent parenting advice, targetted primarily to men, but good for all, and a wealth of resources here for expecting and new Dads and parents of young children.
  • Our next review also came to us through a reader.  We were glad to be introduced to Lee Potts’ Breaking Murphy’s Law, a blog written by an expert in public presentation matters, designed to help you buck the odds and succeed wildly through education and preparation.
  • A third reader suggestion took us back to the motherland, to a blog offered for the purposes of supporting and connecting mothers to mothers.  It’s an always-on job, and one we’re glad to see 24/7 Moms helping out with.
  • For our last blog of the week, we took a walk on the tech side.  zMogo brought us their zMogo Tech Stuff blog, an information-packed blog and forum filled with additional resources and posts in gaming, SEO and web, design, gear and gadgets, and much more.

That wraps our week.  Hope you’ll all join us back here for another great week of blogs and reviews.  This week I had the good fortune of receiving some excellent blog suggestions; in fact, every blog reviewed this week came through reader submission.  All suggestions are greatly appreciated, and all you have to do is leave a comment below (or on any blog post at Digg It).


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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The Dad’s Side Of Birth And Beyond

Dads Adventure BlogWhere to Find Dads Adventure:
Blog URL: http://www.dadsadventure.com/dadsblog/
Category: Parenting

Dads Adventure

Dads Adventure is the blog subsidiary of the internationally recognized Dads Adventure, Inc. The program got its start well in advance of the internet, and has continued on to great success, now operating an online element to offer even greater support to expecting and new fathers.

Dads Adventure – Why You Should Go

If you live in the U.S. there is a very good chance you have heard something about one segment or another of the Dads Adventure programs. This endeavor started with Greg Bishop in 1990 with the creation of the Boot Camp for New Dads (BCND) programs, which were presented in hospitals and community programs as a means of introducing and educating new and expectant fathers, and was featured in the national media a number of times; the program is now available in most U.S. states and also internationally in Japan and Italy. In 1995 the publishing element was added under the moniker of Dads Adventure, and both have continued to grow from there. More recently the parent website added this blog of the same name.

The blog maintains the same mission and goals and educational expertise that the rest of the BCND and Dads Adventure projects do, in dedication to helping fathers navigate these new and often scary waters, and in dedication to helping those fathers raise happy, healthy kids through supportive, effective, and meaningful relationships.

“Dads Adventure, Inc. is dedicated to fostering the development of role models for new fathers in their communities, neighborhoods and families by working to put out positive, constructive information and messages, as well as tools and resources that help them do the job.”

Summing Up Dads Adventure

Dads Adventure had long been serving new fathers and their families. With over 200,000 graduates of the BCND program, publishing credits, national and international recognition, and a website full of excellent resources, this is a name and an initiative you can trust.

Go here to check out Dads Adventure.


Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017

 

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