I could live in a huge mansion, with 10 different playrooms for the kids to play in and I'm pretty sure they would still be on top of me, telling me they're bored.
I have spent the last four years worrying about what the future will look like for my trans child, so don’t tell me I have no say in what happens to this country. My kid’s FUTURE could be at stake depending on what happens in this next election. Parenting is political.
Apart from Christmas dinner and new years Eve, the whole of the festive break has essentially being one long binging snack fest, with children grazing throughout the day like starved cattle, feeding on whatever they can get their thieving hands on without getting caught. Of course, I blame the parents for not having tighter controls on snacking, but frankly I couldn't be arsed to tear myself away from my 4th watch of Die Hard. I genuinely thought putting a lock on the cupboard door would work, but within 24 hours 'mr. Nobody' had breached my security measures and destroyed my stash of confectionery (I have a feeling they employed an older sibling for that). As always, The evidence (wrappers) were found rammed down the back of the sofa and radiator (which was an absolute joy for the forensics clean up team - i.e. me). School and routine can't come soon enough, both my sanity and their blood sugar levels! #crimewatch #twincrime #mrnobody #dadlife #locksdontwork
Starting this today. Via twitter.com/mixedmediapaper
My son Colin
Part of my ongoing #dadlife series: Beach Dad
Happy Holidays and a MUCH Happier New Year for everyone! To all of my fellow Dads out there!!!!
He loves chilling in front of the record player. Today's choice was the new Aesop Rock.
Happy New Year gents! For 2021, we're bringing the 90s back!
The kids are awake and screaming. Mom is home. Dad is on a run. Sound familiar? 😅 https://t.co/IL849NJMiH