Thought about sleep training? Here’s a guide for new parents. – By Belinda Moss

A lot of parents have tried a variety of sleep training methods in trying to get their babies to sleep peacefully through the night. A few fail to understand that during the baby’s first few months this may be an impossible feat as babies at Read More …

Want to avoid the dad bod? 3 Gym tips for busy dads (part 1) – by Adrian Moore

Before I had my son, Zane, I used to train like a beast. Seven days a week, very often twice a day. Training has always been a hugely important part of my life.  I’ve never done it just to look good (it’s a bonus, though!). Read More …

Our birthing story – By Dave Robson

Our birthing storying So, my plan was to write this blog about the weeks and days leading up to our due date, and to look ahead to the arrival of our first child – who would, most likely, be born between me writing this and Read More …

Discussing Divorce with Children

Toby Hazlewood At the end of summer 2005 my wife and I reached the reluctant conclusion that our marriage was over. There were no catastrophic events as such, we’d just got together too young, had kids at an early age and our relationship had burnt-out Read More …

Help your child go back to SCHOOL HAPPY – by Andy Cope

It’s that time of the year again. The summer holidays are over and it’s time to prepare the kids to go back to school. For some of us, our little ones are starting school for the very first time. This can be daunting for both Read More …

Why flexible working for men is the key to achieving true gender equality

I’ve been lucky enough to work in organisations that have supported my role as a father. Over the last couple of years I’ve changed my working pattern a number of times and my current role is my most flexible yet. I previously worked compressed hours Read More …

5 Things Every Parent Should Know About Cyberbullying – By Janice Miller

In the age of technology, bullying has gone viral. Kids today are not just dealing with power struggles and popularity contests in the schoolyard or on the bus. Cyberbullying can be committed from anywhere via smartphone, tablet, or computer, and it can happen anytime, day Read More …