In which I talk about what we have been up to in Yorkshire over Easter. Parks, ice-cream, climbing stairs, seeing cousins, uncles, aunts, grandparents and going in car seats (with and without vomit)
A review of Zia Lucia on Holloway Road.
Doctors visits, colds, coughs and walking. What A and I have been up to this week.
So its happened. A is has been out in the world as long as she was in her mum. This may seem like an obvious thing to say but my whole world has changed beyond recognition. Some of these changes were expected: there has been a large increase in the number of nappies I have … Continue reading 9 months in, 9 months out
It's been a week. And what a week it has been. I have been at home, on my own, with our baby during the day and I discovered something: it's hard work. I know this will not come as a surprise to other stay at home parents and particularly not to my wife who has … Continue reading One week in
On Sunday 5th March A, my wife and I decided to have an adventure. As it was the last day before my wife went back to work, we made a concerted effort to do something special for the three of us. A has a growing interest in animals, particularly ducks, and my wife had read … Continue reading Hackney City Farm
On Friday we took A took soft play. It was my wife's last weekday of maternity leave and she was determined, despite the blizzards, to make it a good day. So off we trundled for a nap walk that, timed well, would end just as we arrived at a soft play in Angel. As luck … Continue reading Soft play and A’s new mobility
Today was cold. As I write this, the 'Beast from the East' is blowing snow through London, much to A's fascination when trying to eat her dinner and total aggravation when trying to go on walk to find naps. This has got me thinking about sleep, or sometimes the lack of it as the case … Continue reading Sleep, perchance to dream
Where I discuss what has been going on with A and talk about her Joolz Geo.
So my first blog post as a stay at home dad. I'm going to go with stay at home dad as I always think "full time dad" (or mum) sounds a bit odd, like you stop being a parent when you go to work. Anyway a stay at home dad, a SAHD. That's me. Its … Continue reading Hello world