We asked dads about the challenges of fatherhood, here’s what they said #DaddyDebates

Fatherhood is an amazing thing. Seeing your children grow up, learn things, achieve and develop into their personality is the best feeling in the world. But as with most things in life, great things don’t come without hard work and challenges. Fatherhood most definitely comes Read More …

An Early Father’s Day treat from Warner Bros

Some decisions in life can be complicated. Some decisions can be quite simple. Others are just simply no brainers. Like the decision I made a couple of weeks ago for example. I opened my emails and saw an invitation to visit the Warner Bros HQ Read More …

MFF recommends: Whipsnade Zoo

Kids love animals. So what better way to entertain them by visiting one of the best Zoos in the country, Whipsnade Zoo. This was actually a recommendation from Jermaine, a friend of mine and in pirate radio terms a ‘silent listener’ to the blog lol. Read More …

Music? Cars? Vibes? We got you! Car Fest Family Festival

You know those events that just have all the good things packed in one? Well CarFest is one of those. We all like Cars, Music and Food right? That’s exactly what you get at CarFest. There are two CarFest events, CarFest North on 28-30 July Read More …

Competition: Win a ‘Car Activity Centre’ by East Coast Nursery!

We’ve all experienced it. You’ve got through your army-like regimented procedure to leave the house on time and you’re just about to set off for a long car journey. Everything is packed and baby is nicely snug in their car seat. You’re just about to Read More …

How can we teach our children about hard work and the value of money? #DaddyDebates

This is something I’ve been thinking about for a while and as my daughter grows up the issue becomes more and more real. I think about how we will get the balance right between making sure she has enough of everything she needs but is Read More …

MFF recommends: Daddy do my hair? Hope’s Braids (a book for tackling bullying)

Hope’s Braids is the second installment from ‘Daddy Do my Hair?’, the brand of daddy and daughter focused books bought to us by author Tola Okogwu and illustrator Rahima Begum. We loved the first Daddy Do My Hair book, Beth’s Twists, which was an introduction Read More …