It’s time to celebrate all the dads out there who are embracing a much more involved parenting role.
Watch what happened when Vicky Zuiderent and I discussed life as a stay-at-home-dad.
It’s so important that the way we view fathers, in our society, changes. If we are ever to have true equality between men and women in the workplace, the value and status we place upon those providing childcare needs to be transformed.
What your dad really wants for Fathers Day, but was afraid to ask…
Looking back, here’s a piece I wrote for Western Morning News to mark my first Father’s Day as a dad.
As a SAHD, I’m beginning to feel like a Betamax owner in a VHS world – ask your mum. To be fair, I do try to be quite ‘zen’ about the stupidity I encounter daily from members of the public. But there’s only so much idiocy one man can take…
The amazing folks at Vilo Sky hace asked me to take part in a webinar discussing life as a stay-at-home-dad (or SAHD). The event is online on June 17th (2021) and can be registered for here.
Developing a Dad Bod is a physical sign of the sacrifices dads make – it shows the devotion fathers up and down the country have to their children. It’s as simple as that.
Isn’t it time to take bullying seriously?
I’m well aware that coffee is no real substitute for genuine sleep. But when a decent stretch of sleep isn’t on offer, due to my baby son teething / having a cold / being hungry / doing a secret experiment on how long sleep-deprived parents can last before losing the plot, coffee is a great plan B.