Even so, it is easy to understand why it has proved so popular. My kids both love it, as does Mrs Adams and, yes, I admit I have a sneaky admiration for the film (which I have seen about a billion times).
Thankfully, I am not alone. @NigelHiggins4 of the DIY Daddy blog has outed himself as a fan of the film. The catchy songs, good versus evil storyline and wonderful characters have been enough to persuade Nigel that it’s a great film and he cannot wait for Frozen 2 to hit the big screen. You and many others Nigel, you and many others.
Needless to say, plenty of dads have been blogging about news year’s resolutions. One such fella is Tom (@DiaryoftheDad) who writes the Diary of the Dad blog. Tom has vowed to cut back on the booze, take the kids out more and take better care of himself. He has also vowed to blog more and published his first post of 2015 on New Year’s day, showing that he plans to be good to his word.
Adam Seaton of Gaming Daddy of Two (@Gamingdaddyof2), meanwhile, seems to be keeping it simple with one new year’s resolution. Having noticed that the life of a blogger involves a lot of time spent in front of a computer monitor, he is off to the gym. His aim is to look like Captain America. Good luck Adam!
Over at (relatively new blog) When The Dust Settles, Ashley (dustsettlesblog) has written a thought provoking post about dads who refer to themselves as “babysitting” when they are looking after their own kids. Ashley is, quite rightly, disapproving of men who take this approach and everyone who has commented seems to be in agreement.
A blog I like to visit every now and again is Best Dad I Can Be. Written by Mark Richards (@BestdadIcanbe), it gives me some insight as to what I can expect when my kids become teenagers and head off to university. Most of what he writes leaves me feeling very nervous, terrified even, although in his most recent post Mark’s daughter impresses the family with some newly learned cooking skills.
Those are a few of the blogs I’ve been reading recently. If you are a dad blogger (or know of any dad bloggers) and want to feature in any future round ups, please do get in touch. Thanks for reading and I’ll be back in February.