Posts By Zen Terrelonge
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.
Legoland Windsor Resort is opening the Castle Hotel on 1 July. Ahead of the summer opening of what’s likely to become a staycation stronghold for Brits, Legoland has launched a children’s story writing competition.
With the little one on the way, my head has been a whirlwind of daily life, joined by thinking about, and planning for, the future. The latest decision has been buying a new car – one of the family variety.
In January, a report surfaced to suggest that a fatherhood penalty has been created by employers.
It’s a development that leaves working fathers feeling under pressure as they juggle dad duties and careers, in many cases, prompting them to consider changing …
It’s week 23 and I’ve felt her kicking for the first time!
By her, I do mean the baby, not Jenna – although I won’t rule out that happening at some stage. Remember the stare? Anything can happen when that goes …
You can’t help but feel bad for Andrew Garfield.
Maybe that’s because his character in The Social Network, Eduardo Saverin, was royally screwed over.
And then life imitated art as Garfield himself was screwed over after Sony’s …