Category: Daddy’s Little Girls

3 WAYS TO RAISE A STRONG GIRL

Being a parent to a girl can be scary, especially if you’re a guy who hasn’t quite managed to figure out the mysterious ways of the female mind.

Atlanta-Based Entrepreneur and His Two Daughters Launch Potato Chip Brand

Atlanta, GA — Dondre Anderson, and his two daughters, Amina and Amari, have launched a new potato chip brand called Symphony Chips. Their potato chips are gluten-free, […]

Real Dads Read Texts Their Daughters Sent to Their Boyfriends

Most dads would cringe even thinking about what might be on the phones of their children.

Roman Reigns: WWE Champion in the Ring and in Fatherhood

Congratulations to Roman Reigns for capturing the #WWE World Heavyweight Championship during #wrestlemania 32. His match with Triple H was epic, however we are also proud that […]

Atlanta Teen Produces Documentary to Advocate for Girl’s Empowerment in Ghana, Africa

Atlanta, GA— A Queen’s Discovery: A Young Girl’s African Journey To Find Her Greatness Within” was submitted for the 2016 International Film Festival hosted by the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter […]

“Are You My Daddy?” How would you respond?

#Throwbackblog Let me start by saying God has a funny way of placing your anointing in front of you to remind you of the work still before […]

Inspiring your daughter’s inner Girl Boss

by Special Guest Blogger: Fatherhoodgov There’s something special about dads and daughters. It’s a special and unique connection, and beyond being a source of happiness, being a […]

Let’s Learn a Daddy Daughter Dance

If you don’t mind being out danced; looking old or having your feet hurt, this Daddy Daughter Dance may be for you. I had the pleasure of […]

You Can Add “Feet” to the List of New Fatherhood: 3 Reasons Why!

I heard it all before, have even said it; “I don’t want anybody touching my feet,” “feet are made for walking, not touching,” “I wouldn’t be caught […]

My Home Has Changed Without My Child

So about 9 months ago my Wife and I drove 17 hours from Atlanta to Albany, New York to watch our daughter walk across the stage of […]

Fatherhood: Piece by Piece

I woke up this morning with a slew of inbox messages on both my personal and professional Facebook page. At first I though it was someone spamming […]

Fatherhood, Doing Hair and Super Bowl Sunday

As usual I waited to the last minute to find out where all the Super Bowl parties are going to be taking place here in Atlanta. With […]