Tag: motherhood

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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ladies, lavatories, ladies' conveniences, cloakroom
Family Life & parenting

When dad has to rescue his daughter from the ladies’ room

When a father is out with his kids, is it ever acceptable for him to venture into the mysterious land of the ladies’ lavatory? That may sound like an odd question to ask, but I have my reasons. You see I was out with my kids the other day. With no working kitchen, I had

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Goodbye nursery, you dear old friend…

    Like many children across the UK, my daughter will be starting school any day now and so has left nursery ready to make the leap into reception class. She’d been going to this nursery for three years and so knew all the staff and had made a number of friends. Bizarrely, the experience

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Thanks to all those that have helped me

It’s easy to forget the true meaning of Christmas. The present buying, the parties, the preparations for the kid’s Christmas show and so on make it a very busy time. It’s easy to forget this is a religious celebration with the concept of charity and gift-giving at its core. With this in mind, I thought

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