It’s a great time to be a dad, especially now that we’ve kicked off the 2017 Dad 2.0 Summit Newsletter Season!
Yeah, we know. Summer isn’t technically over until Labor Day Weekend. But since Dad 2.017 is a week earlier this year, we’re starting off with some quick, important updates to consider as the season winds down.
- Our $199 Summer Sale ends on Wednesday, August 31. If you’re one of those shrewd shoppers who knows a good deal when you see one, click here and secure your spot before the price goes to $249 on September 1!
- We’ve never sold this many tickets this soon, and now more than 90% of them are gone. Demand for this conference is as fierce as it has ever been, and we fully expect to close our ticket window at some point this fall.
- The dedicated booking site for the Hyatt Regency La Jolla is live, so once you’ve got your Dad 2.0 ticket virtually in hand, you can book your room for the cheaper-than-ever price of $189/night!
Last, but not least, our Call for Speakers and Ideas will be open September 12-26. If you’ve got an idea, now is the time to get ready to send it in! We can’t wait to hear from you.
IN THE NEWS
The secret is out: A new report says that stay-at-home dads whose wives earn more money are happier and healthier than their breadwinning peers.
furor “has almost single-handedly been orchestrated by parents of people who use EpiPens” and harnessed the power of social media.
A 13-month-old paralyzed girl is shocking doctors by her mobility in the wheelchair her father built.
— Dad 2.0 Summit (@dad2summit) August 25, 2016
“Now, I have a black son in Baltimore,” the white police detective remembered thinking as he cradled his baby boy.
Fifteen years after he was horrifically burned while serving as a volunteer firefighter, this dad’s face transplant has helped him reclaim most of his life.
A teenager throws out first pitch to honor his late father, whose organs were donated through Life Connection of Ohio.
Parents are learning the virtues of rolling back the helicoptering and being more of a Lifeguard Parent, and it involves four key choices.
Dads with daughters: Would you buy your 5-year-old a sports bra?
Sometimes, your life’s work chooses you: Dad’s cancer journey inspires Canterbury student’s PhD research.
- Bill Peebles of ihopeiwinatoaster is “Doubting the Minutes.”
- Canadian Dad, aka Chris Read, on the Tragically Hip’s final show in “No Dress Rehearsal, This is Our Life.“
- At Out With the Kids, Jeff Bogle is self-reflecting with “This is Not a Cry for Help.”
- Daddy is Best knows there is crying in fatherhood, hence his “Tears of a Clown.”
- Adam Cherepski of In Essence, This is What I Know, shares “To My Kids, As You Head Back to School.”
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to coach your child in sports (or any sort of competitive endeavor), then you know how tough it can be to walk the line between the roles we play and the moments that define them. This dad makes it look easy:
Play ball, parents!