Your child’s World Book Day costume could change a life – By Emma Taylor

Your child’s World Book Day costume could change a life Every year people around the world come together to celebrate the power of reading on World Book Day. Here in the UK, children receive free books and schools hold all sorts of events – from Read More …

How relationships change after having children – by Jermaine Smith

Before we had children weekends were made of getting up whenever we wanted and having an easy relaxing weekend sometime with a hangover, other times we would have breakfast at the local cafe and think what should I/ we do today. Wow those were the Read More …

Ten years, five tips, and lots more to learn: 5 top tips for a successful marriage – by Cal-I Muirhead

My wife and I celebrated ten years of marriage in the summer of 2017. I would like to share five marriage tips that have benefited us along the way, having reached this milestone. Me-time Make Date Nights a must Take a break Pillow talk Write Read More …

Into the last Trimester – by Dave Robson

This last weekend my beautiful wife officially entered her third, and final, trimester of this – our first pregnancy. I can’t believe we’re already two thirds of the way through this journey. It’s already gone so fast – and I’m sure this home straight, final trimester, will Read More …

ZZ Top to ZZ Chop?! Why Real Madrid’s past defines Zidane’s future – by Daniel Dwamena

Ever heard the saying ‘life comes at you fast?’ One minute it’s June and you are celebrating a domestic League and European Cup double, and then just over six months later you find yourself 19 points off the top of the table and your job Read More …

Fathering yourself: filling the gap from your absent father – By Jonathan Brown

What do I mean by the term fathering yourself? Many men grow up with absent fathers. Some dads are physically absent, and others are emotionally so, are distracted from their child by work, their own grief, rage or substance misuse, and spend little real quality Read More …

Is natural hair attractive? Afrocenchix panel discussion, featuring Elliott Rae, on Tuesday 13th February

Since creating MFF, hair – and more specifically afro hair, has become an unexpected focus point. Before I became a father I never really put too much consideration into woman’s hair; how it’s managed, looked at and perceived. But since having my daughter and looking Read More …

Philip Robinson’s ‘Nia and the Kingdom of Celebration’ – book review by Saffa Kallon

My first impression of the book Nia and the Kingdom of Celebration, just looking at the cover, was that it was a brightly coloured book that looked very well illustrated centred around children and the lead character would be a young girl of what seemed Read More …