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How to meet/join the group.

I’m always looking for ways to make finding us easier and less awkward for dads who might be a little shy or apprehensive about meeting us. I thought I would share my story, some basic information about me, in hopes … Continue reading

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Making Friends

One of the things I like best about being a part of Nashdads is making new friends. It’s great to have other dads to relate to and share parenting struggles with. One of the things I also enjoy is watching … Continue reading

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The importance of a play group for dads

Featured in the Washington Post by our resident author Billy Kilgore https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/parenting/wp/2017/12/28/the-importance-of-a-play-group-for-dads/?utm_term=.7359657959bc At mid-morning at the neighborhood playground, I stood where the recycled-rubber mat meets the grass, across from a group of mothers gathering and chatting and locking their stroller … Continue reading

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Stay-at-Home-Dads Struggle, Too

An article featuring our very own Steve Reda that appeared in Nashville Parents: http://www.nashvilleparent.com/stay-home-dads-struggle/ Stay-at-home-moms can’t take all the glory! Stay-at-home-dads struggle with the task of keeping the house together, too, and that’s OK. The realm of stay-at-home-dads (SAHD) is … Continue reading

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