Just read this: Dad 2.0 [Infographic]

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Parenting is a tough thing for both sides of the family. Mom’s are either juggling work and home life or hobbies while being a stay-at-home mother.

Father’s typically are working a full 9-5 job and most likely are bringing it home with them too.

Somewhere in there is a breaking point with hanging out with their children and for fathers, they have to find unique ways to do so. Social media has provided one such medium to interact with their children like never before.

Here are some of the great points from the infographic below:

  • Dads on average have 37% more friends than moms and are a bit more likely to have friended their kid on Facebook
  • Dads spend 50% more time with their kids online than moms
  • Work is the biggest obstacle to fathering. Social media helps break some of that barrier down.

How tech savvy are the older generations that you know?

[via OnlineSchools.com]

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