I want you to imagine you’ve just spent two hours listening to some incredibly experienced academics raking over what is, in effect, your life experiences. That’s what I’ve just experienced at the launch of a book called Sharing Care. It’s a book that explores the experiences of men who either share the care of their
How should a father handle the drive back from home with his child following their birth? Or his first stand-up row with his teenage child? Or arguments among siblings? A new book called Dadding It! Landmark Moments in Your Life as a Father. . . and How to Survive Them attempts to answer these and
Why don’t most men have as much to do with their children as their female partners? Why is parenting often seen as women’s work as opposed to something shared equally between both parents? These and other questions are tackled in the recently published book Dads Don’t Babysit, Towards Equal Parenting.
I do all I can to encourage my kids to play outside. I won’t lie though, sometimes it can be difficult to coax them out of a nice, warm house and to enjoy a bracing, healthy walk. A couple of weeks back, however, I was sent a copy of The Little Book of Woodland Bird