What is it? Mini-Epic is a new website where you can create and send personalised video invitations for adult/ children’s birthday parties. You simply upload a photo along with your party details, preview your video invitation in seconds, send to your guests via email and track your RSVPs. You can also send reminders and updates about… Read More Review: Mini-Epic | Video Invitations
This week my #MySundayPhoto is; playing hide and seek under the table. Over the past couple of months, Robyn has come on in leaps and bounds. She seemed to be a little baby for such a long time, not really doing much but then everything seems to have happened at once. She has gone from… Read More My Sunday photo
As a parent, I don’t think there’s anything more stressful than a toddler having a tantrum. Like a little ticking time bomb, you’re never sure when and where they’re going to go off, or what the cause may be. Although a toddler in the middle of a fit of rage is hard work, seeing their outbursts is pretty funny. I know I… Read More Living with a drama queen toddler
This week my #MySundayPhoto is; A very rare photo indeed. A photo of my two girls actually playing together. To some, it might seem like just a normal photo but for us, it is something special. Olivia being the way she is, she doesn’t deal with change very well. Robyn’s arrival was no exception. When… Read More My Sunday Photo
The time is almost upon us for Olivia to start nursery and it feels like the beginning of a new and exciting stage in her life. But it also feels like the end of an era so feelings of sadness and anxiety are starting to set in. I’ve been by her side pretty much every… Read More Olivia is flying the nest
This weeks #MySundayPhoto – is ‘Saturday night = picnic tea.’ With pressures of modern living and the stresses of day-to-day life, it is quite easy to forget about whats really important. Our family has had a lot of upheaval over the last few weeks. The house has been a constant building site because of… Read More My Sunday Photo
Finding things to keep an active kid entertained, occupied and out of trouble can be pretty challenging, not to mention pretty expensive. So often I find myself looking further afield for something to do with the kids and forget about all the great attractions I have right on my own doorstep. Even if you’re feeling… Read More My top 5 activities to do with kids in Leeds that don’t break the bank.
As I sadly reach the end of my Shared Parental Leave and prepare to returned to my split week of being at home with the munchkins 4 days a week and working the other three. I’ve been thinking about SPL and the reasons why more dads don’t take advantage of this fantastic opportunity. A decision… Read More Shared Parental Leave: My experience
It can seem like a never-ending list of things to consider when deciding to become a stay-at-home dad. But addressing issues like gender roles, stereotypes, financial situations and household duties will go a long way in preparing to be a successful stay-at-home dad and remaining happy in the role into the future. Looking back to… Read More So you’re thinking about being a stay-at-home dad?
T-shirts Having worn shirts five-days a week for more years than I like to recall back when I was a corporate jerk, the last thing I want to do is wear a shirt when I don’t have to. Some blokes like to wear a casual shirt, but that just ruins my ‘university-student look’. Instead, I… Read More Uniform of a SAHD