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A renewed love

On a bright September morning back in 1984 a couple agreed to spend the rest of their lives together, and they have done just that, a whole 31 years later they are still going strong. They have lived and loved and experienced a wonderful life, having set up many homes…

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Dad Blog, Kids, Sport

Little Olympians

So the 2016 summer Olympics in Rio are over, the athletes are home, the equipment placed in storage and the medals displayed. What a spectacular event and what an inspiration to every one who watched. I for one am now lost with what to watch on the television! Back in…

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Adventure, Dad Blog, Kids, Parenting

Fearless Independence

You’ve done the hard part, they say. They say “congratulations, now you can start enjoying your brand new baby”. This may be true in the most part, for women more so than us guys. Mothers have a tough time of it during pregnancy, carrying a person inside you is something…

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Dad Blog, Parenting

A Competitive Mindset

Through out life you are faced with challenges that you have to overcome. These challenges come in many forms, some are natural hurdles like illness and injury, some are self made challenges like personal goals or sports, there are so many types. I myself am a very competitive person, always…

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Dad Blog, Kids, Parenting

What Are You Doing Up?

“Oh sleep, I remember you my dear friend..” Those are words we have all uttered to ourselves as parents. Where many a night has gone by during the rollercoaster life of parenthood with next to no sleep. From night feeds, to fevers, from bad dreams, to good dreams. The variety…

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Dad Blog

More tips from the inside..

A couple of months ago I wrote a blog entitled Tips from the inside, where I gave you all some inside knowledge that i’d gathered over the past few years of parenthood. So I decided this week that i’d bring you a few more tips and insights. Now bear in…

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Dad Blog

My four year old has a job!

A child’s imagination is amazing, left to their own devices they come up with a world of their own that is so involved and technical that it runs in parallel with their real life. My son Bobby is four and he is a prime example of this. Me and Chelsea…

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Dad Blog, Parenting

The Careless Parent

Sometimes accidents can’t be helped, like the trips and slips many of us have, even our children suffer some of these misfortunes. Sometimes things happen that can not be prevented, then there are things that can be prevented. It is without doubt that all parents will encounter tiredness and on…

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