Parenting Blogs are always helpful for the audience.Tips, personal experiences, questions, worries, pregnancy, health, and other related topics can always be in the interest of a person that checks the blog regularly.
These type of blogs can be so educational and necessary for other parents that want to know how to overcome the barriers during their parenting lifetime.
But not all the kinds of blogs are same and not all of them share useful tips and tricks.
Below you can learn about a very interesting dad blog.
What’s This Dad Blog About?
Clint Edwards is a 34-year-old father of three with a light-hearted parenting blog called No Idea What I’m Doing.
Since Edward’s father wasn’t in the picture when he was growing up, when it was time for him to be a dad, he realized that he had nobody to look up to as an example. In search of guidance and some kind of sanity, he took to the online parenting community and decided to start his own blog to share his own experiences, as well as to learn from others.
On his blog, Edwards admits, “I’m making it up as I go,” and from the looks of it, he’s doing an excellent job!
Recently, however, Edwards took to Facebook to defend a personal parenting practice that was getting some negative feedback both in public and online.
When Did They Decide To Treat Their Wild Child Like This?
Since last February, Edwards and his wife have decided to start using a child-leash for their 3-year-old daughter, Aspen, while in crowded public spaces.
The toddler–who her father affectionately refers to as his “wild child”–wears the adorable backpack with a tether to keep her mobile yet still in reach of her parents.
The curious little girl often bolts away in order to explore what’s caught her eye, so for the Edwards, this seemed to be the only viable solution.
This is especially true since Aspen is prone to Nursemaid’s Elbow, which is when a toddler’s elbow can be easily dislocated.
So, understandably, Edwards would not want to hold onto her arm because a yank from the girl trying to escape could cause her joint to pop out. Which, the family learned the hard way since it’s happened twice before.