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By Daddy Clay Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
In this Halloween prepisode, the zombified dads talk about scary stuff like backyard boo-scapes, sustainably sourced chocolate, detecting dirty diapers without demeaning yourself, media consumption vis birth order. Our special guests The Preggers discuss their first ultrasound. The dads review the latest Hoover Stick Vac and the online game site Minecraft.
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As usual, tune in to our broadcast on Ustream at 3pm EST.
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.
By Daddy Clay Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Today’s Live Show is really going to shred. And stack. It’s going to stack and shred.
The shred theme is partially a nod to our favorite skate punk, Concretin Nic, who served in many capacities, primarily as host and camera grip, on our recent trip to the ABC Kids Expo in Louisville, Kentucky.
In addition to looking back at the products and trends in evidence at the largest baby product expo in the nation, we have a number of other topics to cover as well.
A recent study predicted that the majority of marriages will split domestic responsibilities 50/50 by 2050. Does this seem on the mark? A touch pessimistic? Not if you look at recent campaigns by Ragu. But then again the same corporation supported the creation of the cool Dove + Men products and campaign.
We will take a look at what happens when your electricity gets shredded — are you prepared for a power outage?
And it’s time for all the dads to get shredded again as we relaunch out FitFatFit initiative. For this fall will will run yet another Fitness Challenge — The Marathon to Normal. The goal here is getting close to a “normal” weight, or finding a “normal” lifestyle that promotes health and fitness and sets a positive example for our kids.
Finally, in keeping with the theme, we will be giving away a Swingline Stack and Shred paper shredder. The Stack and Shred fits perfectly under a desk, you can load up to 100 sheets of paper at one time, close the hatch and it goes to work. You do not have to stand there and feed paper piece by piece or watch for paper jams. It holds up to 7 gallons of shred, and can also shred credit cards. We all have paperwork and documents in the house that at some point need to be properly disposed of — and just tearing them up is really not the best route if you want to ensure against paper based ID Theft.
Join us at 2pm EST for the best 40 minute half hour on the subject if fatherhood that you’ll find anywhere on the web; “Good News, Dad News.”