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?
According to the internet, it’s National Poetry Day. By no means am I a rapper – as much as I hate to admit it – or a bard, but that didn’t stop me from writing something of a lyrical nature for my daughter well ahead of her birth.
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.
50 days have passed since I became a dad, so I’ve shared 50 short thoughts on the journey so far, which other parents may be able to relate to.
With my entry into fatherhood imminent, ahead of Father’s Day, I’ve teamed up with Formula 1 and golf simulation centres Lets Race to other one lucky dad or dad-to-be an racing and golf experience.
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.
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 …
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 …