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Let’s hear it for the dads! NYC Dad’s Group is the quintessential resource for anything and everything a dad might need when raising kids in NYC. It’s not just about the moms anymore and these dads make that message loud and clear. Whether you’re a full-time stay-at-home dad or coaching your kid’s baseball team on the weekends and seeking a little guidance, NYC Dad’s Group fits the needs of the entire dad community.
This group provides more than a meet-up to swap sports scores (yes, they do have meet-ups!), but also engages in a thorough and useful dialogues to help dads with planning activities with their kids, trading stories about the stay-at-home lifestyle, the non-stay-at-home lifestyle too, even informational news articles about the importance of dads and statistics about how a dad’s involvement in the home is on the rise. The large community of bloggers and involved members offer a myriad of angles, ranging from the hands on single parent fellas to the 9-5 night owl dads.
The available support and wealth of information at NYC Dad’s Group is astounding and refreshing in today’s parenting world. If you’re a little shy and apprehensive about your role as a dad, you’ve found your new home for all things dad. It’s a safe space to learn for yourself or with your kid in tow. If you’re already a pro, they’ve got you covered too. -- Melanie Baker
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