The FOMO is strong with this one.
Dads often speak about the fear of missing out and it’s only natural. Most are dumped back at work after two weeks with their new baby – and that’s if they’re lucky – so making …
Murderous tendencies coupled with a mid-life crisis and Nicholas Cage the one experiencing both? You’re in for a treat.
Who says romance is dead? It’s a well known phrase and I imagine the answer to it would be – plenty of parents.
Using public toilets is never pleasant. And it gets worse inside baby changing facilities – unless, of course, you’re in England’s number one nappy changing spot.
As the father of a young daughter, listening to Oprah’s award acceptance speech at the Golden Globes 2018 left my eyes damp with empathy and my belly full of fire.
Over the weekend, Jenna and I went to Champneys, which marked our first baby-free night away since becoming parents – and I’ve taken away eight things from it.
We kicked our festive family adventures with a visit to Blenheim Palace for its Christmas at Blenheim light display. Even the Grinch would have a hard time sneering at the illuminations.
Just over a year ago, I was a fitness fanatic. Now I’m a father. Is there room for both? Or is the dad bod inevitable?
I’ve got a love-hate relationship with London. When travelling there with a baby though, it’s a relationship ripe for divorce.
Thanks to everyone who supported me on my RBC Race for the Kids effort – you’ve helped raise almost £500 towards Great Ormond Street Hospital’s total £500,000 fund.
I’ve admitted I was wrong about my expectations that taking Roma on holiday was going to be a challenge. And the experience of our nine-night getaway to Fuerteventura last month has taught me 21 important lessons.
With September here, a new timetable for children’s centre activities has been released. And there’s one class for dads, SaturPlay, which I’ve given a spin.
After learning from our mistakes in Manchester, we embarked on another road trip, this time visiting the stunning old city of York.
During my commute home to the girls the other day, I saw out of the corner of my eye an advert for a Great Ormond Street Hospital campaign, the RBC Race for Kids 2017 – so I signed up.