Posts By Zen Terrelonge
With little over five weeks to go until due date, Saturday 29th April was the day of Jenna’s baby shower. What about the dad-to-be? My idea was simple – I’d have a baby B.A.T.H.
Seemingly, the only “Closed Door Policy” in Brighton right now is one where the drivers refuse to let pregnant women enter the vehicles, never mind ensuring they “safely enter their homes”.
Ahead of the Baby and Toddler Show, a fellow expectant dad and I created a plot – turns out we don’t need to run everything past our other halves.
It’s the second anniversary of the Shared Parental leave scheme and it’s come to light that 52 per cent of dads would embrace it, given the chance.
Without children, Mother’s Day is generally all about the old Doris. Things have changed a bit this year, however.
As a working father, does your employer, government or society impact the way you perform your dad duties?
Throughout the pregnancy, I like to think I’ve been the voice of reason. Until we’re in crowds together.
After Christmas in Paris, we took a trip to Manchester over the first weekend of March to stay at newly opened accommodation CitySuites.
One in five parents who were read to every night as kids now earn over £50,000 a year, and 23 per cent are in possession of a PhD.