Carter discovered the parent blogger community through his website (formerly titled DadScribe, now CarterGaddis.com). He was one of five Spotlight Bloggers invited to read at Dad 2.0 Summit in 2013 and a We Still Blog finalist in 2014.
His work has appeared with the Tampa Tribune, CBS Sports, the Huffington Post, the TODAY Show website, Life of Dad, City Dads Group, DadCentric, Fatherly, and many other print and online publications. Carter lives with his wife and two sons in Tampa, Florida.
Charlie Capen is Social Media Director for Addison Interactive, a full-service interactive and creative digital agency responsible award-winning digital media and branding for some of most established studios in Hollywood, following his tenures at Netflix and 21st Century Fox TV.
As co-founder of HowToBeADad.com, his work has made the front pages of Fast Company, AOL, Buzzfeed, LeanIn.org, Huff Post, New York Times, BabyCenter, and Reddit, to name a few. He regularly appears as a featured guest on HLN, PivotTV, and Fox, and co-authored best-selling parenting book, “The Guide to Baby Sleep Positions: Survival Tips for Co-Sleeping Parents” with Random House.
Last year, Charlie spoke on a White House panel about breaking down gender stereotypes and bias through parenting. As the father of two boys, Charlie has learned he is allergic to sleep but loves the way his kids smell.
Whit Honea is the author of The Parents’ Phrase Book and has contributed to every website you like (give or take), including GeekDad, Babble, BabyCenter, TODAY, Fandango, CBS, City Dads Group, and Mom.me, plus several others.
Whit currently sits on the Parent Advisory Council (PAC) for Twigtale and the Editorial Advisory Board for Stand magazine. Deemed “the activist dad” by UpWorthy (and one of the “funniest dads on Twitter” by Mashable), Whit won the 2015 Iris Award for Best Writing in the online parenting space. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, two sons, and too many pets.