The Words

Ever feel like you have no idea what you're doing?

Do you wonder if what you're feeling is wrong?

Have no one to turn to for advice?

We've all been there and for some of us, we're feeling that way right now.

Whether you're cerebral or practical, the Daily Dad Pack has been curated to provide you with the best advice we could find from dads from all around the world. 

Daily Dads from around the world who've contributed to The List

Most of the time, us dads tend to take for granted the need for support. Be that in your professional or in your home life. We're notoriously bad at asking for help for fear of appearing weak and unable. We tend to brush over aspects that need attention, especially when it comes to mental health.

There is no stressful time greater than becoming a new dad. Now days, there are a ton of resources, blogs, podcasts and even youtube channels dedicated to preparing dads for the onslaught that is being a parent. So, instead of having you click around and disturb your trail-run with another parenting podcast, we've decided to simply pick the best of the best and pack it into a physical product that you can use on a daily basis.

The Daily Dad Pack is the perfect gift for that dad-to-be who has the ol' deer in the headlights look about him. The pack itself is premium to the touch and built to last through sticky hands and grumpy mornings. Simply wading through the cards and accessing them is easier and a far healthier way to start the day than doomscrolling through your facebook or twitter timeline.



The advice on each card is meant to break or start a thought pattern of negativity or even drive positivity further than simply relying on yourself to pull up your own socks. That's where we come in. The Daily Dad Pack can be used before you start or end your day or even when you need to break a pattern of feeling overwhelmed with what being a new dad brings.

The Words used to build the Daily Dad Pack have been thoughtfully hand-picked from dads with days, years and even decades of experience as parents. The truly great thing about being a dad is that the learning curve only gets steeper as your little ones grow. The retrospective advice from dads across the globe is invaluable when it comes to assessing and working through the highs and the lows of being a new dad.

We have spoken to hundreds of dads who wished that they'd had someone to give them the words to express how they feel, especially in the low times. What you feel matters. The Words are here to give meaning to your feelings, when no one else will listen.

We always love hearing from new dads and if there's a special piece of advice you cling to every day that helps you through those tough times, we'd love to hear it, so please reach out to us here.

Thanks for taking the time to read The Words,

 - Daily Dad Dave