It was after the third angry mail I received from male bloggers, following this post about the first exceptional dad contributor to my new site http://www.parents-space.com, (here) that it struck me: Unintentionally, I just started a mini genders war.
OK, Joke, don’t send me angry mails again. Don’t be sensitive, you know how many of these are just lying there waiting for me to Google “men vs woman”?
Anyway, I am Soooooooooooo happy to inform you, that only 2 weeks from that post, and the moms – dads bloggers gap is becoming smaller every day now – 6 dad contributors have already joined us at Parents-Space!
Hey, you should get to know them:
There’s Pieter from this post above: Pieter already pushed his way up to the contributors presentation, in two weeks!
What does it mean, you are asking? Good question!
It means that he considers his new important role as a blogger at parents-space.com seriously, and posts a lot.
Getting there in 2 weeks, well – good job :-)
Speaking of sibling rivalry, I promised you that this site is a meeting place of parents and experts, didn’t I?
Sibling Rivalry is discussed in a new post by Sam Margulies (here). Sam, http://sammargulies.com/, who joined us for a weekly post, is one of the most experienced divorce consultants and mediators in the United States, and for sure his experience will benefit many.
Another daddy blogger that just joined us is Shah: Shah is a film maker blogging in http://blankpagebeatdown.wordpress.com/ , and blogging about parenthood in parents-space.com. You can read him discussing the different communication of moms and dads in regards to parenting (here) , as a reply to my accusations towards daddy bloggers…;-)
Timothy from http://meanderedwanderings.wordpress.com, a dad of 3 daughters, has posted his first post in parents-space.com, is discussing the very important topic of building creativity with children (here)
And last: Adam, a serial reinventor (as well as many other things) from Florida, blogging in http://brainsplatterkeyboard.wordpress.com/, has posted today in Parents-Space.com for the first time, about dealing with his son’s nightmares.
Good for you, men bloggers. For 2 weeks you’ve done a lot to prove me wrong!
If you didn’t contact me yet but would like to join us, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
This applies to both genders…;-) See you at http://www.Parents-space.com!