The Daddy Complex

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Your friend and mine, punkdad, has a noble mission. He wants to get to the next Dad 2.0 Summit to represent a facet of online dads that — I can say from experience — are under-represented at the conference.
I won’t go into the details of his story because he already did that. I will say I totally agree with him that he’d be a great representative.
And even if you disagree, you’re a total dolt if you don’t want one of the rad shirts he’s selling to fund his trip. (If you really don’t want a shirt, you can also just donate.) Let’s help get our friend to the conference to show brands and dads that there are more types of fathers out there than they realize.
Seriously, because I’m doing a shitty job of it.

Your friend and mine, punkdad, has a noble mission. He wants to get to the next Dad 2.0 Summit to represent a facet of online dads that — I can say from experience — are under-represented at the conference.

I won’t go into the details of his story because he already did that. I will say I totally agree with him that he’d be a great representative.

And even if you disagree, you’re a total dolt if you don’t want one of the rad shirts he’s selling to fund his trip. (If you really don’t want a shirt, you can also just donate.) Let’s help get our friend to the conference to show brands and dads that there are more types of fathers out there than they realize.

Seriously, because I’m doing a shitty job of it.

High-res mamamusement:

You know what I hate? F’in cancer. I’m feeling pretty good having just kicked a little sarcoma ass myself but I’d love it if you’d get involved in the Movember movement, specifically by supporting The Daddy Complex in his effort to raise vital awareness and funds for men’s health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives.
Grow a ‘stache, give a little, and kick cancer where it hurts. Rock on.

What she said.
(And thanks, lady. You rock.)

mamamusement:

You know what I hate? F’in cancer. I’m feeling pretty good having just kicked a little sarcoma ass myself but I’d love it if you’d get involved in the Movember movement, specifically by supporting The Daddy Complex in his effort to raise vital awareness and funds for men’s health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives.

Grow a ‘stache, give a little, and kick cancer where it hurts. Rock on.

What she said.

(And thanks, lady. You rock.)