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By Daddy Clay Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Those of you that follow us here and elsewhere online know that over the last year we’ve become huge fans of the shot@life campaign which makes immunizations available to needy kids all over the world. The organization recently initiated a community Champions program to help spread the word about what they are doing, and are celebrating their 1st birthday by spotlighting these individuals. DadLabs is delighted to participate in this celebration by introducing to you Melissa Gardner. Below is a transcript of a recent conversation regarding her work as a shot@life Champion.
Q: Tell us a little about yourself: where you live, work, family, interests, etc.
A: I am a native Rhode Islander, and my hometown is home to the longest running 4th of July celebration in the country! I work in higher education administration full time. I am celebrating my 5th wedding anniversary on April 25, and my husband and I have a firecracker 2 year old son. In my “spare time” I love to read, bake, and cheer on the Boston Red Sox. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Friday, February 22nd, 2013
Meet Ramesh Ferris, polio survivor and polio eradication activist.
Also a guy who hand-cycled 4400 miles across Canada to raise awareness for the cause.
Ramesh contracted polio in his native India at just six months of age. His mother, lacking access to rehabilitation, gave him up for adoption, and he was taken in by a Canadian Anglican bishop and raised in Yukon, Canada. Dedicated to giving back, Ramesh returned to his native country in 2002 to reunite with his birth mother and to visit the orphanage where he lived. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012
In the months leading up to the holiday season, parents and kids alike are bombarded with ads for upcoming family films. As is Hollywood’s way these days, most of the offerings will be sequels, remakes or rehashes of familiar stories and themes. In this latest round of offerings, the studios have made an effort to produce films more accurately reflecting the realities of today’s family life. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Monday, October 3rd, 2011
Yes, the best 45-minute, half-hour live streaming show about modern fatherhood on Ustream is moving. You can now find us offering keen insight, analysis, giveaways and awe inspiring stories of personal grooming every Wednesday at 3pm Eastern, noon Pacific. And if you don’t want to listen to Brad and Clay, no problem! Just hit the mute button and join one of the liveliest chat rooms on parenting that you’ll find anywhere online.
This week on Good News, Dad News: DadLabs says to Stereotypes, Who’s Your Daddy?
In this week’s show hosts Daddy Brad and Daddy Clay (aka Brad Powell and Clay Nichols) contemplate the ideal of the 50/50 marriage and recent trends in dads’ consumer spending. We reheat the Ragu ad controversy and talk about dads in the kitchen. The dads review the Cinderella storybook app from NosyCrow and discuss the changes in bedtime reading that apps and tablets may bring in the future. We will also review the new Mazda 3 hatchback. We will announce the winner of last weeks Swingline Stack and Shred, and will also be going away with new and improved Travel Crib Light 2 from BabyBjorn.
Please join us on our new day and time.