Brad Nagle offers an unfiltered view into the rollercoaster ride that is parenthood.
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Ashley Taylor, a mother of two living with a disability and founder of disabledparents.org, offers advice for disabled people on how they can prepare their lives and homes for parenthood.
Eight weeks to go. 56 days. 1,344 hours. 80,640 minutes. 4,838,400 seconds-ish. Not that rookie dad-to-be Mark Cassidy is counting.
While his wife’s death transported Californian dad-of-four Dave Manoucheri, DeLorean-style, to a time when he was single and void of responsibility, it helped him become the best dad he could be in the present.
London-based dad of two, and founder of Being Dads, David Willans weighs up principal- versus rule-based approaches in harnessing a child’s creativity.
It’s a common gripe from parents that their kids cling to them like monkeys, but what about parents clinging to their kids? In this Big Bad World, it happens, writes Daniel Lewis.
“Right, we’ve got a newborn, everything else on the backburner”. Seems L-plate dad, wine marketer and bar owner Ryan Agar didn’t get the memo.
For British dad Dave Freed, returning to ‘part-time’ work after seven months’ parental leave was a culture shock – not least because of the attitudes of some colleagues.
Mealtimes with a toddler-aged daughter can be fraught affairs, writes Andy Robinson (a.k.a. Poo Daddy).
In The Dad Website’s latest profile, we catch up with Mike Cruse, creator of the popular parenting blog Papa Does Preach (I know, we can’t get the Madonna song out of our heads now, either).