Terence Mentor – AfroDaddy

Terence is a very proud husband of Julie and daddy of two ridiculously gorgeous little boys, 3 year old Liam and 1 year old Eli. Their family live in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town.

By day, Terence is a presenter for Cape Talk, a personality for KFM and the go to social media jedi for Primedia. At night, he makes videos about all things dad-related on YouTube as AfroDaddy and on his Facebook page. He has recently added sharing his awesome views and reviews on all things parenting and #dadlife on his Tums 2 Tots Online column, AfroDaddy Reviews.

Afrodaddy Mentor boysTerence on AfroDaddy

AfroDaddy is an online community, where dads can get the information they’ll need to be the best parents they can be – while having a bit of a laugh along the way. I love watching videos on YouTube, I pretty much always have it open no matter what I am doing. So what better platform to talk to other dads?

I tackle topics like 14 Things you learn after caring for 14 babies. 3 Stupid questions adoptive dads get asked. Why the “Dads don’t babysit” movement is dumb has proven popular and should be watched by all protesting dads and shared by all moms.

I address real issues in a real way that dads, and moms, can relate to.

Terence & the boys

Sometimes, putting together the perfect video takes a little longer than expected… On days like that, my boys and I take to Facebook to share short clips of our thoughts on everything from parenting challenges to politics… Even little Eli has thoughts on politics in SA.

 

Terence Mentor and Eli JackTerence on #CarseatFullstop

There are many things that you can’t control as parent – this isn’t one of them.

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AfroDaddy Terence Mentor and Liam

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