Category: Stay at home dad / work at home dad

The truth about the working father “wage bonus”

Like many people, I don’t always find myself in agreement with the Trade Unions Congress, but yesterday it published a report into the earnings of working fathers. The report found that men with children out-earn child-free men by an average of 21%. By contrast, full-time working mums earn 15% less than men if they have

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Family Life & parenting

Freedom from children and family for six whole days

If you follow me on social media, you’ll probably be aware that I’ve just spent six days apart from my family. Four of those days were spent in the glorious city of Melbourne in Australia. The other two days were spent aboard a Qantas Airbus A380-800 travelling to and from the aforementioned, glorious location. I

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When daddy visits Australia. . .

A few weeks ago I received an email. As a result of my blogging, albeit indirectly, I was asked to participate in an awesome looking project. I was very honoured to be approached, not to mention a little surprised (sorry to tease, but I’m not at liberty to discuss the details). Even so, I was

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The rise of the super-commuting woman

One of the best things about being a stay at home dad is the fact I have no commute. Well, I say that, I do sometimes wonder if the school run should be classed as a commute but that’s another story. I leave the commuting up to Mrs Adams who strolls out the house in

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Social isolation; it’s a dad thing too

The other day I found myself at home on my own. It was a rare moment; these things don’t happen often. Helen was at school, Elizabeth was at pre-school and I was supposed to be in London for a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fatherhood. Alas, I had transport issues so had

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