The Stepdad’s Inspiration Library is a collection of media items by -or about- dads. The Library is an ever-growing resource to help Stepdads become better informed, recharge their batteries or develop the right dad-itude. Some of the videos are educational. Others are pure entertainment.
If you’d like to recommend an addition to the Inspiration Library email the webmaster at email@example.com with a link to the video or audio source.
Song Video: Stepfather of the Bride
A Stepdad’s little girl walk down the aisle.. Song by Mike McLaughlin available on iTunes.
Recipe For Family Bonding: Family Movie Night
In the this episode Chastity tells you how to turn a simple TV night into a family tradition.
Stepdad’s Son Fights for Hall of Fame
A forgotten figure in rock-n-roll history wasn’t forgotten by his step-son.
Hallmark Step Dad
Being a dad is tough. Being a Stepdad is tougher. Trying to be both can sometimes feel impossible; until the moment it all comes together.
The Stepdad Tag Game
A new twist on an old game shows that Stepdads can be good sports- and proves that some of us actually do pay attention to our kids interests.
Twentyfirst Century Stepdad
Blending families is tough. One Stepdad gives real-world advice on how to be the modern version of the best dad you can be -and help your kids become a family.
He Didn’t Have To Be
Brad Paisley honors the hard work of Stepdads everywhere with his hit song He Didn’t Have To Be.This one’s a hit with Stepdads everywhere.
Stepdad bonding 101
A great opportunity missed. If the kid in your life wants to play then he wants your acceptance. Dads, don’t miss those little opportunities.
Step Parenting 1976
A clip from a vintage documentary on step parenting. From a step-mom perspective but deals with some of the same parenting challenges of today.
Just a Step Dad -Song
A great song written by a step son for his sister and her step dad to dance to at her wedding. If only we could get a hold of the wedding dance video…
Boy tries to annoy his Stepdad
All Stepdads have had those moments where we know our kid is trying to get a reaction. When this happens you can; a) Lose your patience, b) Walk away c) Laugh out loud. I think you’ll choose option C when as you watch this funny clip.
“He’s my Step Dad.”
A 30-second clip that will make a smile bubble up from your heart to become part of your face. This is one of those ‘baby’s first steps’ moments, in the development of a blended family.