This week on dorsetdad.co.uk one of my kids sings, my wife thinks fast at dinner time, and I go old school at the breakfast table. Curious?
You can tell it’s nearly the end of term as even my little girl, who is usually up at six am, is now sleeping in. It was nearly 7.30am before signs of life were heard from various bedrooms. Captain Chaos came down like an early cave man beating his chest for food.
Oh diary, how can preparing two kids for school be so tough? I got the lunch-boxes ready and waved my wife goodbye, along with all hope. As my wife drove away I asked Captain Chaos where his shoes were? His answer was “Sorry no idea”
As I write this it’s the first day of the new school term, having spent six weeks of my family taunting me. You know the little things like “have a good day at work, just going to spend the next few hours in bed”, or maybe “Daddy why not phone your boss and tell them […]
Today it is raining hard, but ever on the quest to lose weight, I said to the kids we were walking to church. As it hammered with rain we decided to play Eye Spy, a classic game among children, and zero chance of stress here. Yes, just a walk in the fresh air and something […]
I had a feeling things were going downhill this week, it was the little telltale signs that gave it away. Maybe it was Wednesday morning when my son came down believing he was ‘Lord of the Manor’ informing me that I could bring him breakfast now. Oh I’m sorry Sir, your humble butler was packing […]
This morning I had the day off of work. I woke up after the birds, to the sound of the bedroom door opening and my wife standing there with a hot coffee. What she said next blew the last remaining brain cells I had left clean away. My wife announced the kids were happy watching […]
I have always said how undervalued teachers really are, and if you are in any doubt just think about this, if it were not for your own teacher, you would not be able to read this blog! Just think when you are driving, you are able to see the signs, and unfortunately so can my […]