"It can be really hard to stay motivated when you're scrubbing the toilets and someone is shitting in a Lego box but, I keep going" - Julia Kerr I'm the mum. I'm strong. I'm a bit of a hero. I'm not a great cook but I give it a good go. I hate the laundry … Continue reading How to Restore Your Shit Shield
The epic battle that has raged between parent and child is one that has claimed the souls and sanity of countless parents over the millennia. In recent years, technology has aided us in our quest to even these seemingly insurmountable odds, but our adversary is one that continuously learns to adapt and overcome our futile … Continue reading 5 WEAPONS TO CONQUER YOUR TINY TYRANT (or, 5 helpful items that will make life easier with your little one) by 1 Player Dad
You read that right. I was successful in my bid to eat my emotions and my cinnamon rolls turned out perfectly. To be honest, this is one of my go-to recipes that i'm pretty confident I will mostly always get right which is why I thought I'd share it because if I can do it..... … Continue reading I didn’t stuff up the Cinnamon Rolls, so here’s the Recipe.
"While people are heading out on a Saturday night, I’m usually just in my dressing gown, staring into my fridge looking for answers" I poisoned myself. Unexpectedly, hubby and I ended up childless on Saturday night so we decided to join in with our Irish friends, celebrating a wedding. I never go out so, I … Continue reading Out of Practice
"The only way to combat your child’s constantly changing needs, abilities and challenges is to adapt and learn new skills and abilities in response. Much like Tony Stark’s constant progression in developing different suits of armor to adapt to various threats and environments" - … Continue reading Why Fatherhood is like Becoming Iron Man