Houston dads, we no longer have a problem. You now have your own chapter of City Dads Group.
The national fatherhood support network recently added Texas’s largest (and the fourth largest in the United States) metropolitan area to its roster, which now lists 28 chapters.
The Houston chapter is the organization’s third in the Lone Star State following Dallas and Austin.
Manuel Gonzalez is the founder/organizer of the Houston Dads Group. The father of two active toddlers runs the website The Way I Dad: a predominantly visual resource for new parents that aims to provide the answers to parenting’s everyday questions. Gonzalez says his daytime work as a safety and environmental professional helps him provide a unique and thorough perspective on sustainable consensus and gentle parenting.
You can find the Houston Dads Group on these social media channels:
City Dads Group is a dynamic and diverse community of fathers redefining, by example, what it means to be a dad in the 21st century. Our national support network has more than 8,100 members based in and around major metropolitan U.S. cities. These include Boston, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Dallas.
Founded in November 2008 in New York City as a way a handful of fathers could arrange playdates and outings with their children. The organization went national in 2014.