A couple of months ago that my eldest daughter started secondary school. It’s a huge milestone for any youngster and something I’ve wanted to write about for ages because it has been a real roller coaster with highs and lows. It’s not just a change for Helen, but for the entire family. Having mulled it
Birmingham: The city that gave us Cat Deeley, Cadbury’s chocolate and, erm, heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath. Thanks to the University of Birmingham’s Equal Parenting Project, this fine Midlands city has also given us the Fathers in the Workplace Toolkit, a free resrource that employers can use to make their organisation more dad-friendly.
What is the truth about dads failing to do their fair share of childcare and household chores since the Coronavirus pandemic struck? I’ve seen a lot of reporting on this subject, much of it suggesting men have either been doing much less than women or, worse still, being furloughed and sitting around watching Netflix as
As the name of this blog suggests, it is very focused on fatherhood. A subject I have never written about before is involuntarily childless men.