If there’s a group of dads that’s really been “the new face of fathers” it’s been the NYC Dads Group. They’re a very visible group that ends up in the media a lot and are becoming to the go-to for the image of modern fatherhood.
That’s why it’s awesome to announce that Los Angeles and Chicago now both have official groups following in NYC’s footsteps.
Some men just have a hard time moving into the role of an involved father. Some have done jailtime, some are caught in a cycle of low income and few means. Though oftentimes, society is quick to label these men as “absentee” or “deadbeat” dads, it’s possible that with some guidance and structure, they’ll end up being the best dad on the block.
Kelly Davis was watching his 2-year-old and 4-year-old daughters slide down the Picasso sculpture in Daley Plaza, located in Chicago, when he saw a man rushing toward Myla, the youngest girl, last Saturday evening. The man grabbed the girl’s arm, muttering “This is my daughter, Goldilocks,” but Davis said he wrestled him away and then chased him through alleys and building lobbies before finally flagging down police.
If only we had an award for Badass Father of the Year.
For the third season in a row, an NHL team is bringing family members on the road with them – and this year is dad’s turn. The Chicago Blackhawks …