We may not be doing the most important job, but that doesn’t mean dads don’t need a break every now and again too. Here are 6 ways to create some dad-time for yourself.
In my experience, the simple answer to this question is yes! Although it certainly doesn’t work every time…
Trying to fit work commitments around the demands of supporting a new family is probably the biggest challenge I’ve faced in my life, but I’m still loving every second.
How my first ever summit became my son’s first summit, on a trip down memory lane above the Calder Valley.
I’ve always considered anything over £100 to be expensive, but the Mountain Buggy Juno baby carrier is an absolute bargain for active dads.
How getting up extra early for bike commutes to work is keeping me (vaguely) fit and active…
Spring sunshine, wild flowers, nesting birds and a sleeping baby = perfect Bank Holiday family stroll.
As I’m sure a lot of dads would admit, I was terrified about attending the birth of our child. But in the end I coped a lot better than I expected and it turned into the most amazing day of my life.
Five things I learned in Fatherhood Week 1: the birth wasn’t as bad as feared; midwives are wonderful people; the first night at home is terrifying; you won’t believe how much you love your baby; never leave a nappy off for long!
For a terrified dad-to-be like me, this book has been more useful than all of the NHS classes, midwife appointments and NCT courses put together. Rob Kemp, you’re my hero!