Playing with my kids scare me. School holidays and weekends when my wife works, makes me cringe because, “I dread playing with my kids.” Do these feelings make me feel guilty? Absolutely yes! And I am not the only parent to feel this way? Probably not.
So how can we as parents start to enjoy playing with our children again? This blog discovers why it is so important to lover playing with our children, and how…
Our children are growing up in a multi-cultural society, and even if you live in an area without much diversity, at some point in your child’s life, they are going to be in close contact with people of different backgrounds and beliefs. Cultural empathy will allow them to connect with anyone, regardless of race, religion and culture, and forge solid and lasting relationships with others, be they friends, neighbours or colleagues
Common guys, admit it: having to spend one-on-one time with your child or children scares you! How many things can I find to do with my children? How do I keep them entertained for the 12 hours they are awake and full of beans? What if they get bored of me? What if they don’t like what I want to do with them? Here are some indoor and outdoor activities that will help you fill those holiday hours
The bond between a mother and child is like nothing else you will experience. And it seems they grow up so fast - one moment you’re installing nursery furniture, and the next they’re begging you for a race car bed. Music captures emotion in a way not much else can so here’s a few songs that will help you relive the best moments of being a mother.
One of the best feelings in the world is being a parent. When your child stares up at you with joyful eyes as you tuck them into bed it’s like the world stops revolving. Putting that feeling into words is hard, but reliving it through song is much easier. So how about a few delightful songs to remind you how good it feels to be a father.
Father’s come in all shapes and sizes but somehow we’ve put them into neat little boxes of how they should act. It’s time for dads to start breaking down the barriers on a few things which society has come to expect of them.
It is a difficult thing to answer when asked why did you become a stay home dad and entrepreneur. The answer is usually not that simple, or is something that you just haven't really thought about, but I've managed to distill it into a 4 paragraphs.