Things Dads Are Tired of Hearing!

You may not have realised, but Dads are parents too! We are working our bums off to give our children the best life. We are doing one of the hardest but rewarding jobs in the world. We put ourselves last and it’s difficult enough without hilariously annoying comments. Dads are parents, not accessories to parenting. […]

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My Shit Memory & I (Short Term Memory Loss)

Soon after I became a first-time parent to my (now 29 month old) son it wasn’t long before I began to notice that my memory had gotten A LOT worse. I was forgetting when appointments where and jobs that needed to be done, although I’d forget some things it wasn’t on this scale. Back then […]

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Weird Benefits of Preschool

My son, Joshua, has now been going to preschool for 4 weeks. Before he started going I planned on getting back into my work on a much larger scale, which I have successfully done! The time he spends away from home now gives me more of a balance to work, home life and being a […]

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Getting Rid of my Toddlers Comforter

A few days after Joshua was born my partner Jamie hoped that our newborn would eventually get attached to the Winnie the Pooh teddy blanket we bought him. Jamie would give it to Joshua wherever we went and have it near him most of the time. But Joshua had different ideas for what would be […]

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Why My Son Going to Preschool is an Achievement, For Me

I’m 24 years old and growing up in the 90s, depression just wasn’t a ‘thing’ I heard about. It was never, ever a topic of discussion. I never knew what depression was or that it even existed, let alone any other form of mental illness. I suppose I was only aware that you could be […]

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Blogmas #12 How to Make a Christmas Door Bow

The latest trend this Christmas seems to be that everyone is making their own Christmas door bows. This is the first year for us that we haven’t really decorated the outside of our house somehow. All we have is a lonely little wreath on out dining room window, looking out. So when I stumbled across […]

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6 Tips for Full-Time Parents Who Work From Home

Just before we became first-time parents, I was still studying for my degree and Jamie (my partner) wasn’t yet employed; having just recently found the career path he wanted to take. Now my two-year-old son is in nursery (albeit only one day a week) and will soon be starting preschool, it’s been interesting thinking about […]

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