I’m More Than ‘Just’ a Parent

When I got a job back in June 2018, I got a lot of comments along the lines of: “That’s nice, it’ll keep you busy won’t it?” While it was most definitely meant as a boost and nothing less than positive, it wasn’t. It was said with blissful ignorance and demeaned everything I had been […]

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The Little One Tag | #LittleOne

I was tagged by Janet over at Mummy’s Monkey Blog to take part in the Little One tag. It’s a fun set of questions where you imagine how your little human would respond. Just a little note before we start: Joshua calls all children, regardless of age, “babies”. It’s cute! Here we go! What’s the […]

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Disgusting Things Parents Do | SatDADay

Since I became a Dad almost three years ago, I’ve done some pretty disgusting things. But the weird thing is, it doesn’t actually seem that gross when it’s your own child. Somehow them being your own kid makes it all feel perfectly normal that you’re searching through their poo without hesitation. The gross things that come […]

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My Son Used to Be Mute | #LittleLeaps

By the time Joshua was a few months old I was so used to him being advanced in all of his development milestones. Whether it was weaning, crawling, walking, sitting up… Joshua seemed to be doing it way before other babies. So, I just assumed that this would be how it would continue, but when […]

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Stop Judging Me!

It seems that wherever you go, parents are being judged one way or the other. In the news and on social media, all you hear is what we should be feeding our children, whether formula milk is okay to use and why it’s bad for your baby to cuddle them. When my son was just […]

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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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