This week on dorsetdad.co.uk I cannot be trusted to tell the time, my little girl learns to play something bigger than a recorder, and I clap like a monkey. Curious?
Sundays. They really should be the best day of the week, but somehow or another my kids manage to ensure they go down hill faster than a roller-coaster. Take today for example, I woke to my wife bringing me a hot freshly filtered coffee smelling of revival. Brownie points to my smooth wife. Happiness quickly […]
October Half Term Friday 26th October I was awoken this morning to a slime fight of all things, although I could not complain, as it was past eight am, so apart from slime on the hotel walls, it was a successful alarm clock. We were heading into a very big town today with my mum, […]
October Half Term Monday 22nd October I woke up super early today as I’m at the doctors, and no sooner had I arrived downstairs, than my little girl popped down and placed her order for the cafe I was about to run. Having served my little girl her hearts desire, I headed to the doctors, […]
I never remember my parents playing many board games as a child, and I could never work out why until now. Sunday afternoon, I was round my in-laws house with a garden that could be mistaken for The Garden of Eden. A hot latte, freshly made with beans that smelt amazing, blazing hot sunshine and […]
Saturday morning I woke up to the birds singing, the sun shining through the curtains and the smell of fresh air drifting through the windows, oh, and silence upstairs. Fearing the worst I went downstairs to see two children on tablets and a wife grinning at me. I sat down ready to ask why at […]