his site is about celebrating and fostering a community of Dads who are “all-in”. If you are a DorkDad (and by the way, being a DorkDad does not exclude those of you with XX chromasomes), please consider using your super-powers for good by sharing them with the entire DorkDad community.
If you’re a DorkDad (or if you know one), I want to share your story!!
Whether you’re the person who spends 6 months creating the ultimate Voltron Halloween costume for your daughter, or the person who makes the entire neighborhood’s power grid dim when your 300 megawat, musically choreographed, computer animated, Christmas light, house decoratoin extravaganza start up as the sun goes down — whether you ran 400 yards of hotwheels-track-awesomeness and posted the video on YouTube, or you’re the “Bob Uecker” of your kid’s high school track-and-field season — whether your children knew the names of all the major Star Wars characters before they could name all their own relatives, or they could read and spell in Klingon before they entered kindergarten… we can all agree that it’s all about our kids.
If you’ve got a passion (and the courage) to share your dorkness for everyone to see, this is the place to let your dork-flag fly high and proud.
If you’d like to make a guest submission please contact DorkDaddy.com’s editing staff (me) via Email at:
In the subject line please write “DorkDad guest submission” and in the body of the Email provide either the text itself, or a link to the article (happy to re-post previously published material). Pictures are great too. If your Email escapes my spam-filter I’ll be in touch and we can work out the specifics beyond that. I only have two rules:
1) You showcase your dork-ness with pride
2) You keep religion and politics out of the equation
Remember, the best parents are the ones who put everything they’ve got into it. Be proud. Shout it out loud.
May The Force be with you.