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Love, Dad

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Love, Dad is a conversation about fatherhood between veteran dad Dave Koechner and brand-new father Jeff Ullrich. Learn each week what it takes to be a father from two guys still trying to figure it out.�Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Howl.FM, ad-free. Use promo code 'Earwolf' for a 30-day free trial.

Customer Reviews

I Love this show

As a Dad of two girls (8 & 6), I really love this podcast. I have found myself thinking more of what am I doing as a Dad and is there anything more I could be doing. Its also nice to hear that I am not alone. As a small business owner, I have found I have a lot in common with Dave & Jeff, as far as trying to run my business while also keeping my priorities in line.

It is a funny show, but more than that, I find it really interesting and look forward to more. Thanks guys!

Wonderful podcast!

As an expecting father, I so appreciate this podcast. Great tone and very helpful! I hope it continues!

Great start

As a father of four with one set of twins it takes a bit for someone to impress me on the fathering front. Dave obviously has the chops to dole out advice. It takes awhile to realize that you will never "figure out fathering" and that the best plan is to learn to deal with what gets tossed your way. Being a father of a three month old you still think its your job to shape the child, Jeff is in good hands with Dave. Sounds like its going to be a great podcast.