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If you have questions, feedback, or would like to work with us, don’t hesitate to reach out.  We love to be a resource and to share our story! Being the original LGBTQ family travel blog, we’ve got a lot of insights into both what it’s like to travel as a different sort of family and what it’s like working in the travel media industry.

Blogging is an interesting journey, and being gay dad bloggers, we have a perspective unique to how we experience the world beyond our own bubble.

Want to go on an adventure?

Taylor family on catamaran off Oahu 1

From time to time 2TravelDads may host guided adventures in partnership with destinations or tour companies.  If you’re interested in either jumping into a trip or are curious about getting a travel-ball rolling, please complete our Group Travel Survey and we’ll get back to you ASAP!  

Note:  while we do love to go exploring as a family, we do not bring our kids along on others’ trips unless they are designated as a Family Group Tour. Think of us as the cool hosts or cruise directors… like Julie from the Love Boat.

Want to have us explore and share?

If you’re a destination, lodging or tour provider, or potential sponsor, please complete our Partnership Survey and then drop us a line!  We are happy to work with brands, CVBs, DMOs, and other work groups to share their story or to experience it for ourselves. We love to partner up with those who think we’re unique or cool and who can appreciate our voice and point of view.

Want to join our travel writing team?

Taylor Family dining on Amtrak Empire Builder 2

Great! We’re flattered and would love to chat.  We are very limited in the content we feature from other writers, but if you’re an LGBTQ parent, genuine in your interest, and feel like you’d be a good fit on our team, please complete our Guest Content Survey. We’d be interested in building a long-term publishing relationship with those who create quality work, have a strong voice, and who honestly and openly represent both the LGBT and parenting communities.  

***If you are looking to submit writing that does not specifically meet the exact requirements above, including coming from and LGBTQ viewpoint, we will not respond to your message.

Also, if you actually are just looking for any sort of link to something, perhaps complete our Partnership Survey.

Every day we get no fewer than ten requests to provide us with an article or write something for our site that has zero to do with what we do or share. Don’t waste anybody’s time by sending us a message if you don’t meet the qualifications.

Thank you so much for being a part of our journey and we look forward to hearing from you!

Stephen Walker

Thursday 30th of May 2019

Feedback regarding your website: The great news is that you look like an incredible LGBTQ family. Thank you for being visible and authentic. The bad news is that your'e website visually communicates that you're both on continual vacation and are racking up debt like you wouldn't believe. The question on any viewers mind is 'Who earns income and how much? What do you do for a living? How do you pay your bills? Raising children and paying for their future college among other things is a daunting challenge for any parent. Most families have two full time employed parents to pay all those bills. You two look like people living on MasterCard and Visa all day. To keep your website real for people you say in your About Us section how you earn income. For all the traveling you do I would guess one or both of you are executives. Otherwise your website seems like a pathway to going into debt very quickly. Sorry for harsh feedback, but I just want to understand how the whole travel lifestyle gets paid for. It all looks so false. Regards, Stephen Walker, Plymouth, MI, Ally to the LGBTQ community.


Thursday 30th of May 2019

Great question! And that's why we have an entire section of our website about working with us, budgeting for working with us, pay in the blogging industry and the work it takes to run a successful blog business. We are very transparent about running our business, which is my full time job (Rob) in addition to Chris having his own full time job too, which he does remotely allowing us to travel so freely. Feel free to subscribe to our newsletter where we frequently share the struggles of running a small business, traveling separately when our jobs take us to different places, and a ton of tips and ideas for making travel affordable. Have a great day!

Chris Hendriksen

Sunday 12th of May 2019

New to your blog - but love your concept. Not a two dad family, but have two kids and we love to travel with them. Moving to Vancouver for part of this summer and want to make a trip to Seattle as well. What are your can’t miss places in Seattle with kids (ages 7 and 4)?


Monday 13th of May 2019

Awesome! We actually have a great article all about exploring Seattle, and remember that we do this with our own kids as well as out of town guests. Let us know if you have more questions!