dawudandwendy.jpgNo, really! I’m going to be writing for eMoms at Home. That’s right. Wendy has asked me if I’d share my insights and open coversations around being a work-at-home eDad. Of course I said, “yes!”

Most of you know already that I’m married and have two young kids – with a third on the way. And if you’ve been reading a while, you’ll may remember that my ultimate goal is:

To aid people, from every walk of life and every faith, to open the door to the truth of their existence. Not to my beliefs or existence, but to find it within themselves and authentically live their truth in their daily life. (read full post)

Sometimes I get into deeper issues here like the deeper wisdom behind things, our life’s perspective or your contribution to the world. But mainly we discuss social media, web-based business development, website design and marketing. And I definitely hope I’ve helped you.

Rarely, however, do I write about being a solopreneur eDad, who has to deal with all the ups and downs of working from a home office. There are times, like the story of my three-year-old daughter helping me with a coding bug. But those have been few and far between.

Now, with eMoms, I’m going to have the opportunity not only to share more of my business knowledge, but also write and discuss what it’s like to be a work-from-home dad parent. On eMoms, I hope to help eParents live a slightly better, richer and more rewarding life – in any way I can.

I’m quite excited about this opportunity. And I hope you join in the conversations over at eMoms. It ought to be fun and, hopefully, informative.

And no worries. I’ll still be writing here, at dmiracle.com, as often, or even more, then before. I love my blog. And I love all of you who read and join in the conversations here. Thanks.

Reader Interactions


  1. Douglas Karr says

    Congrats, Dawud! I have a lot of respect for you. I’m a single father of two fantastic kids. Mine are growing up rapidly, though. My son is starting at IUPUI this fall and my daughter is in middle school.

    Keep us posted where we can read your eMom’s posts!


  2. Char says

    You are going to be an amazing addition to an already wonderful blog. I have a feeling there are a lot of eDads doing the happy dance right now!

  3. Dawud Miracle says


    At least I am. I mean, just talk to me about business, spirituality, being married and being a dad and you’ll pretty much know everything you need to know about my passions and love. Bringing it all together should be great.

  4. Jean Browman says

    That’s great!

    This is the first time I’ve read your ultimate goal and the story about your three-year old. They both touched my heart. I’ll be definitely joining you at e-moms, too.

  5. Dawud Miracle says


    Glad you enjoyed it. It’s the closest thing to sharing my heart that I’ve written. It’s my passion and what truly moves me in my life.


    I didn’t know you were an owl…

    Let’s all dance together – eMoms & eDads.


    Thanks. I appreciate it. My kids are much younger so my work is only beginning.

    I went to Purdue in W. Lafayette years ago. Give your son good luck at IUPUI.

  6. Dawud Miracle says


    Knowing Liz, I would agree…character really is the right word. And, of course, I couldn’t rib her if I didn’t love her so much.

    Thanks for your kind words, Stuart.

  7. Jonathan-C. Phillips says

    hey eDad!
    Nice post! no seriously that is awesome! 🙂
    Really looking forward to reading your posts on Wendy’s blog bro!

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