We are a collective of dads that span the west coast of the US. Some of us have been stay-at-home parents, some are single dads, some work 9 to 5 jobs and some work the graveyard shifts. Some of us had great dads growing up and some of us learned by watching episodes of Full House. We have different perspectives and opinions on life but we are all joined by the bond of fatherhood. 

When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much he had learned in 7 years.
— Mark Twain


Our plan here

Spawned from long phone conversations that jumped from topics like fantasy baseball to photography to politics to video games to restaurants (all within a framework of parenting somehow), we thought maybe others would like to join in on this weird conversation we were having. As we strive for the unattainable goal of being perfect parents maybe we can share some of the trials and tribulations of such a fool-hardy prospect. We've picked up some other dads along the way as we formed a collective - a resource of pooled knowledge wrapped in dad humor.