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.
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!)
For many reasons, my wife had to work really hard to breastfeed. She had a couple of obstacles to get past which sometimes prevented her from enjoying the breastfeeding journey. With both of our children she struggled with positioning which seemed to affect the latch creating a toe curling, tear-inducing pain. Once she’d manage to get the baby on and feeding more comfortably I remember her then complaining about back pain. She never moans or anything my Missus! I only really understood her plight when we started introducing a bottle and I was able to offer my feeding support.