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DADult Life | August 17, 2018

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Doctor’s diagnosis: It’s her double chin

January 5, 2018 |

Before Christmas, I was on a mission to avoid falling ill like many of The Walking Dead characters at work/on my commute. My daughter was not as lucky.Read More

I’m running in the RBC Race for Kids 2017 for Great Ormond Street Hospital

September 3, 2017 |

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.Read More

48 hours of uncertainty that revolved around poo

July 12, 2017 |

After Roma was born, we were kept in overnight. Then, after being discharged, we were urged to return to the hospital under 24 hours later; all a result of poo.Read More

Shared Parental Leave: More than half of dads would use the scheme

April 5, 2017 |

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.Read More

Have your say: Does your workplace give support needed for dad duties?

March 28, 2017 |

As a working father, does your employer, government or society impact the way you perform your dad duties?Read More

Working parents can only spend two hours with kids on a weekday

February 18, 2017 |

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 … Read More

The fatherhood penalty: Britain’s dads feel restrained by employers

January 16, 2017 |

To find out how today’s fathers are balancing parenthood and careers, work-life charity Working Families and childcare provider Bright Horizons have released the 2017 Modern Families Index.

The findings show that dads across the country are strained by bosses who … Read More