About Us

We are Jeff and Jason (affectionately known on this website as daddyjeff and daddyjason).  We have been good friends for over 10 years and have both recently been blessed with children.  Jeff has two boys and Jason has a girl so we will have both gender perspectives available.  We feel we are solidly placed in the “good daddies” category and we have a genuine heart for successful family life.  We give each other the definite appearance that we enjoy one another’s company and expect great things for this website and our future relationship.

We were both born in November of 1974 and our respective wives were born in June of 1980.  What are the chances of that?  Our similarities are plentiful yet our differences are distinct.  We just wanted to tell you a little bit about ourselves.

daddyjeff daddyjeff – I’m a father of two boys and I am so excited that I get to skip the pre-teen daughter drama.  Of course, I’ll have enough trouble dealing with rowdy boys and things mysteriously breaking while I’m gone so it’s not like we have it easy.  Just different.  I feel I’m a Good Dad on a journey trying to become a Great Dad.  It’s no longer about me anymore.  I fall short on that often but my heart is with the family institution.  I’m saddened by the recent trend and wanted to offer my support for those that share the same sentiment.  Join me on this journey.  My Daddy skills may not mean a lot to this world, but they will mean the world to my sons.
daddyjason daddyjason – I am by no means the perfect father. I am not an expert in the field of fatherhood. I do not claim to be. In fact, I readily admit to the opposite – that I often wish I could be a better father. But then, that’s what this site is all about. We know that we aren’t all perfect fathers. But being a DADDY is all about being man enough to do whatever it takes to be the best father you can be. Sometimes being a DADDY means being the manly father figure who dispenses stern discipline and sometimes it means humbling ourselves and acting silly (something I excel at), but most of all it means letting our children know that they are loved and valued and protected.