Despite both still being at a relatively young age, our children have already had a wide range of obsessions when it comes to what they watch on TV. Both have shown early signs of ‘fighting over the remote warfare’ and thus limited my own choice of screen time (humph!) Here’s what kids watch –Continue reading “What Kids Watch”
We’ve all experienced it. Unsuspectingly walking around the home casually in no footwear. It can be a stubbed toe or standing on something the pain buckles the use of your legs and you crumple in a heap. It’s a pain up there with a shot to the groin or even man flu, it’s the foot hurt locker.
We’re very proud to be a MyBump2Baby favourite blogger within their app.Continue reading “We’re a MyBump2Baby Favourite Blogger”
Disclaimer: I feel safe to post this due to the fact I don’t currently live with a currently pregnant lady. I feel this vindicates me from getting in any trouble.Continue reading “How to Live With A Pregnant Lady”
David Turton is an author whose debut novel, The Malaise is out now. We caught up with him to talk about the book and being stepdad to Liam and Olivia.Continue reading “David Turton – How to Daddoo”
As parents we’ve had a complicated relationship with the dummy or dodie as it’s dubbed in our house. Yeah, we’ve found the dummy a must to help soothe the baby back to sleep during the night. Despite the ‘good or bad’ debate, our main gripe is how they seem to be the Houdini of the inanimate object world, how and where they go I will never know.
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.
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.