Are you a Stay at Home Daddy or a Working Daddy?
Working Daddy: I work full-time on a strange shift pattern which has been made very flexible by my family friendly employer and kind boss. My wife works full-time also. She works Monday to Friday with 3 days from her office and two days from home. We arrange our shifts around each other which was a bit complicated to set up but now it means that can cover all the childcare between us and still have family time. This is a great balance as we get plenty of one to one time with the little man and everything else is the three of us. The sacrifice? Personal time. Boo Hoo. I’d much rather spend time with them anyway. Continue reading “#TheDaddyTag Challenge”
Buying new shoes is always a drama. It is usually a two stage thing. Check the size on one visit, then buy shoes without trying and take them home or attempt a second visit for the fitting. Especially when buying wellies. Continue reading “What’s the point in wearing wellies?”
need, love, require good coffee. I didn’t drink coffee until I became a parent. Continue reading “Better coffee please.”
Mummy and I first met as colleagues. We lived in staff accommodation at a hotel. I was her boss. That was the first and last time I was able to say that. Continue reading “Using Mummy’s cosmetics.”
Bedtime is a time that most parents look forward to, cherish even. I’m talking about the kids bedtime although my own is pretty sacred too. Continue reading “Bedtime Battles”
I like kids. A few years ago that statement would not conjure the thoughts you are having right now. Should you feel guilty for thinking that when it was meant in the most innocent connotation possible? Probably not. Its the world we live it, sadly. Continue reading “Other peoples kids…”