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My Life As A Dad; NFL player Hank Baskett discusses parenting and potty training

My Life As A Dad is a brand new web series created by Robert "Daddy" Nickell, founder of the Daddy & Co. line of gifts and apparel made especially for daddies-to-be and papas in all stages of fatherhood. My Life As A Dad brings wisdom, advice, and straight talk to daddy viewers everywhere. As the first of its kind, My Life as A Dad delves into the lives of celebrity and professional athlete dads to get their answers to important questions, such as how they feel about being a dad, their parenting philosophies, how they balance their family life with their professional life and, in some cases, how they relate their unique upbringing to being a dad today.

My Life As A Dad - Former NFL Player Hank Baskett - On Potty Training/Parenting Philosophies/Eating

In this week's episode, Robert 'Daddy' Nickell talks with retired NFL wide receiver Hank Baskett who played with the Minnesota Vikings, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Indianapolis Colts. Baskett discusses with Nickell his experiences with potty training and his parenting philosophies. Baskett tells how he made a game out of potty training his son and how quickly his son took to it and was able to learn that way. He also discusses his parenting philosophies of teamwork, a non passive aggressive attitude and being an open book and willing to answer any and all questions as a way to lay down the foundations of learning. To view more about Hank and his method of parenting, just click on the video attached or visit the My Life As A Dad YouTube channel here.

Don’t let the lengths of the videos fool you. My Life As A Dad is a great way for new dads to be inspired and get insight into other dads' lives and know that they're not alone in their new daddy roles. To learn more about My Life As A Dad, you can also visit the Daily Daddy blog at To learn more about Daddy & Co. and to purchase items visit Subscribe to My Life as Dad at and follow on Facebook ( or Twitter (@MLAADShow).

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