Let me get straight to the point; what is the etiquette on drinking booze at a child’s party? Over the past few years I’ve been to quite a few parties with my children but it still baffles me. I recently attended a birthday party where beer and wine had been laid on for the parents.
You’re about to be a dad? Congratulations, life is about to change in many ways. You’re probably wondering what to expect in the delivery room. I could also take a very good guess that you’re nervous, anxious and quite possibly terrified. What I’ve written here is based solely on my personal experiences in the delivery
In case you missed it, I took part in a live twitter interview with Employment relations Minister Jo Swinson. The Q&A, which was held on 5 February, coincided with the publication of the Children and Families Bill. Amongst other things the Bill includes:
I’m delighted to reveal that I will be taking part in a twitter Q&A with Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson. The subject of the Q&A will be shared parental leave and this event will take place on Tuesday, 5 February at 2.30pm. To follow the Q&A, follow the hashtag #parents and the twitter accounts @bisgovuk
Figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal there are more stay at home fathers in the UK since records began in 1993. The ONS believes 10% of fathers are in this position. That equates to 227,000 men and represents a rise of 19,000 in just one year. Put another way, this healthy