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Dads come in all shapes and sizes and for many there is one distinct common thread that connects us, we love our children, we embraced fatherhood and intentionally make it a priority. Dads Online is dedicated to these Dads. We providing relevant information and ideas that taps directly into the heart of topics that are most important to Dads. This is an interactive site so feel free to post your comments, share thoughts and ideas so they can also help others.

Walk Jog Hike with Dads Online

Is it time to get some exercise with some like minded people and make yourself a priority! Whether it's for a walk jog or hike, Dads Online will have organised exercise meets. Chat while we get some kilometers in our legs and raise our heart rate or … [Continue reading]

All alone! Whether you like it or not, alone is something you’ll be quite a lot!

Life quotes from Dr. Seuss "Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You." Sometimes the most simplest truest and most important messages can be found and read at just the right moment when we need … [Continue reading]

Dads Equality

I'd like to talk about Dad's Equality, equality seems to be the topic of the year so why not include dads? I have been thinking about all the things that greats mums do and all the things great dads do and I am racking my brain to find anything … [Continue reading]

Equality Vs Power and Control

There has been so much effort over the last few years in trying to curb men's behavior when it comes to violence in the home. There will be much more work done in this area and anyone that thinks that using violence is ok should think again. I … [Continue reading]

When you just cant be there!

If you're separated or divorced and don't have a good access arrangement, this might help you stay better connected. Missing your child and feeling like they're missing out on you is a heavy weight to carry.  Kids are resilient and I found that if … [Continue reading]

19 things I wish I had of known that could have saved my marriage

I remember standing at the alter listening carefully to the minister say the following words because I believed them to be true, not quiet realizing the amount of effort it would take from both sides to make them work and go the distance. Those … [Continue reading]

Encouraging mens mental health conversations

It can be hard for men to open up and talk about how they are feeling. And this can have serious impacts on their mental health and wellbeing. In fact research by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that men are three times more likely to … [Continue reading]

The secret for an argument free zone

I always wondered when the debating of simple tasks and requests would start or unnecessary attitude, i can tell you its around 10-12 then buckle up at 13+. Prior to that, they are beautiful pliable sweethearts that allow you to guide them, take … [Continue reading]

Don’t look, it can ruin everything

If you like eating sausages, there is a saying that goes...Don't look how the sausage is made, it will ruin everything. We grow up learning about childbirth and never really connect the dots that when it happens to our partner, it's a very full on … [Continue reading]

xox when they need rescuing

I recently read an article about having an sms word if your children are ever in a spot they feel that they can't get out off and need "rescuing". The article was very good but the plan they were using was called the X Plan. The idea was to send … [Continue reading]

Once bitten twice shy

The dictionary explains it this way "If someone is said to be once bitten, twice shy, it means that once someone was hurt by something or someone, they will be afraid to try it again" Often referred to in love terms, hurt holds us back from … [Continue reading]

Poll: What do you want to know?

Dads Online is about to turn 5. Since the beginning we have written about many topics. I remember the early days we were all about: connecting with your children after absence, When you just cant be there, Parenting plans, Dads have feelings too, … [Continue reading]