The Rise of the Insta-family

by A Law There’s no denying that for most of us, social media has become the highlight reel of our lives. We use it to showcase and share our best and most memorable moments and that shouldn’t be something we feel the need to lament. Read More …

Invisible Men – the travel project for Fathers of Colour – by Jonah Batambuze

Travelling is in my DNA Well before I exited my mother’s womb, traveling was a part of my DNA. In 1975, my parents fled Uganda to chase the American dream. Their goal was simple. Escape the tyranny of the dictator Idi Amin — and find Read More …

Samuel Windsor – #DressLikeYourIcon Campaign – by Cal-I Jonel

Hey, Cal-I here. Everyone wants to be a star, right? What better way to achieve this than to grab a few items from Samuel Windsor followed by an in-house photoshoot courtesy of little sis! Look 1: The Elba For the first look I went with Read More …

My Shared Parental Leave experience – by Sam Draper

My Shared Parental Leave experience Please allow me to introduce myself, I’m a geriatric trailer, or a ‘latte papa’ or a stay-at-home day, or Mr Mom… you pick the title, and I’m it. One of the lucky few who took advantage of Shared Parental Leave Read More …

#MFFrecommends Very Puzzled’s Giant Africa Map

#MFFrecommends Very Puzzled’s Giant Africa Map What better to do on a relaxing Sunday evening before bed than a puzzle with the kids! To be honest, completing a jigsaw isn’t normally my pre-bedtime event as puzzle time with a 5 and 7-year-old involves high levels Read More …

How to find diverse books for your family – by Patrick Adom

How to find diverse books for your family Diversity in children’s literature A recent study that shows there is a serious lack of diverse books, just 1% of children’s books in Britain star a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) character, and only 4% feature Read More …