There aren’t any classes that teach you how to be a dad, just lots of learning as you go. Anthony Peyton shares his discovery that sometimes some of the best lessons are taught to us by our kids.
Monthly Archives: March 2017
Struggling to curb your child’s flare-ups? Here are seven methods – and one good one – to cool ’em down.
We chat with Mark Nethercote – whose memoir on love, loss and the miracle of IVF, ‘A Time for Grace’, is released today – about the book’s back story and fatherhood.
To celebrate ‘International Women’s Day’, Fergus Donaldson pays tribute to three special women in his life.
We chat with Brad Nagle, a.k.a. Dear Agony Dad, about blogging, deprioritising music and playing dad to two boys.
The high-octane, somewhat clumsy T2 Trainspotting reminds Lewy that the party continues for those outside the parenting bubble, and that, perhaps, he’s outgrown the movie’s characters.
Canadian dad and vlogger Dan Gibson tells The Dad Website about life with four kids (under four, including triplets) and online hit The Baby Gang.
What to do when your baby daughter, who’s been saying ‘dad’ for some time, finally says ‘mum’… and mum’s not there?
We chat with Annie Ridout, editor-founder of The Early Hour, and her husband (and newly-crowned father-of-two) Richard about early hours, dad-blogging and the changing face of fatherhood.
It’s a key part of the IVF process: producing an on-demand semen sample. As author, paediatrician and dad-of-two Mark Nethercote writes, it’s not as easy as it sounds.