Join us as we take a nostalgic trip down memory lane of a lifetime watching football. How I came to support Sunderland and how I plan to coax our children into supporting the Lads as well.
This week we celebrated our second year blogging, as a brand and as a platform to share my ropey parenting techniques.
Our son Daniel turned one last week. Here I’ll collect my thoughts on his first year, his birthday and parenting the tricky sophomore child.
Coffee brings function to this early rising Daddoo’s day, like a morning shower, exercise or a brisk walk in the fresh air with Ayla (she does tend to dawdle behind me though). It gets the brain ticking and after about three cups on the bounce can make you wonder whether you’re vibrating or there’s an Earth tremor. Some mornings I feel I’d be better off pouring it over my head for maximum impact.
In our house a day rarely passes in which we don’t have a Disney movie on in the background. Maybe it’s the cynical side of me but I’ve watched these movies so many times I’ve found disney character flaws in most of them, not to mention the plot holes. Read on to see what I mean and you’ll never think the same of some of your favourite characters.
If you’re anything like me, you probably leave clambering around for gifts till the last minute. Well, this year, with our Fathers Day Gift Guide we’ve got you covered (and might save you some cash too!)
When Ayla was younger, one of her first obsessions was clambering near any clip locks scenario (mainly her bouncy chair) and locking them bad boys together. That’s when I wrote this. A song to the tune of Sex Bomb – Tom Jones.
Well, I’ve been building up to posting this for the last few days as I haven’t had the right words but here goes…
As the dust settles on the Royal Wedding, it allows an opportunity for Prince Harry to take a sip of his morning Earl Grey, log-on and read our tips on making his marriage as successful as mine (smug face!) with these Royal Wedding marriage tips.
It’s an old saying you generally overhear old timers say in the pub “If I knew then what I know now” When I’d overhear this in my glass collecting days as a teenager I never understood what it meant, but imagine knowing what you know now – as a baby.