Reality Moms Celebrates Dads!

Without Dads, we couldn’t be Moms!

I hosted a fun chat with three amazing Dads, Creed Anthony (Captain’s Log, Tales From The Poop Deck), Steven Padilla (Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America) and Stephen Jones (Daddy Development) last night to talk about their dads, some of their most embarrassing experiences, special things they do for their children and what they really want for fathers day!

Watch and find out who’s asking for a Dyson!

MERLOT, IT'S ME!Special DAD show on Reality Moms! KathrynAnywhere hosts the show with Creed Anthony from The Poop Deck Captain's Log Fan Page, Steve Padilla from Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America & Stephen Jones from Daddy Developement!

Posted by Reality Moms on Sunday, June 4, 2017


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  • It’s about time we as Mom’s recognize how much Dad’s contribute to the whole family equation. I loved your video Kathryn, those guys are awesome

  • Because of bad experiences with paternal and ex-husband), I don’t celebrate or recognize Father’s Day. But kuddos to those who do and love on their father’s/husband’s on their special day!

    • I’m sorry Candy for your experiences, from what I know of you though, you are a strong, beautiful woman.

  • What a great way to celebrate fathers! I’m so thankful for my husband who is the best dad ever to our daughter!

  • You honestly couldn’t have picked three more interesting dad’s to interview. I enjoyed this. It’s important that we don’t forget about the dad’s and what they contribute to our lives.

    • Thank you so much Nicole! I worked really hard to make sure I had 3 men with different, yet complimentary perspectives. It helped that they are all lovely people too!

  • Without dads, we couldn’t be moms! I love that. They are special too.
    Thank you for sharing this post 🙂

  • I know that a good man can make all the difference in the world to a child. My husband adopted my son when my son was 16 and it turned his life around. Men really don’t get the recognition they deserve in the lives of children. Thanks for this post.

  • Fathers Day is coming up so fast and sneaking up on me! Thanks for the fun videos ; reminds us how important fathers really are.

  • I don’t think Dad’s receive enough credit. Your video is a nice tribute to them 🙂

  • Love this! Dad’s are so important and these guys are fantastic! Wishing all the Dad’s out there a happy and safe Father’s Day!

  • Awesome idea and great interview! I had the fortune to marry a man who happened to be a great dad too! My own dad was never as present, caring and dedicated as my hubby is with our children, dad’s deserve their credit!

  • So helpful when a good man is around to not be a helpmate but a good father as well.

    • Equal partner is the catch phrase now!
      Mom and Dad should be equal in all they do.

  • That was an interesting post. I enjoyed reading every bit of it. Without dad, there is no Mom.

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