BiBs 2016 Shortlist, Family, Whores and Leicester City

Friday morning started out pretty well. Not only did Toddler L not wake up until 8.25am which gave me a decent lie in, but I also found out that I’d been shortlisted in the ‘Family’ category in the BritMums Brilliance in Blogging Awards (BiBs). Woop woop! If you’ve not heard of the BiBs, they’re one of […]

Joining The Vileda Grime Fighting Superhero Team

With the likes of Captain America: Civil War and Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice taking over the box office, it seems that superheroes are everywhere at the moment. Something you may not know though is that I’m actually a superhero myself – or at least according to home cleaning experts, Vileda. To receive their […]

3 Reasons Why I Love Shopping On The High Street

We do a lot of our shopping online. Whether it’s clothes, food, toys or other day to day items, there’s something so simple and lazy about browsing the internet, clicking a few buttons and having the stuff delivered directly to our door. Buying online isn’t without it’s flaws though. Having to wait for it to arrive, […]

Toddler Friendly Recipes: Macaroni Cheese With Chorizo

Macaroni Cheese With Chorizo And Vegetables Are you struggling for child-friendly ideas for meal times? Want something that is easy to prepare, healthy, nutritious and delicious for your kids and yourself? Bored of preparing separate meals for each member of the family? Then check out my blog series featuring some of the sprog’s favourite family friendly food recipes. […]

7 Things I Regret Buying Before I Became A Dad

People talk about how having a baby changes things. If I’m honest, I don’t think that a baby particularly changed our lives that much. Yes, there were the stereotypical things such as less sleep and more bodily fluids, but I’ve actually found that a toddler has altered things more than a baby ever did. A baby does very […]

Landscaping Our Garden: In Progress (Day 10, 11, 12)

What’s up garden biatches? I see you’re back to hear me talk even more about my wood, bush and rear entrance. Sadly, I’m just going to talk about the final week of our garden landscaping project. At the time of writing, the garden is 99.9% complete. The landscape gardeners have finished their work, the final […]

Landscaping Our Garden: In Progress (Day 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

*GARDEN KLAXON ALERT* – yes, I’m still talking about our landscaping project. Sorry about that. Normal service will resume in the not too distant future. Well, unless I pack it all in and start a new job as a poor version of George Clarke. Last week saw days 5 to 9 of our big project […]

Review: Morphy Richards Redefine ATOMiST Vapour Iron

There’s certain things that fall by the wayside when you have a kid. Since Toddler L popped into the world, we’ve cut down on the frequency and changed how we do household tasks. This has allowed us to either spend more time with the sprog, do what we deem ‘more important things’ or just recharge our batteries […]

My All-Day Breakfast Warburtons Giant Crumpets Experiment

Although regarded as the most important meal of the day, I must confess that my breakfast is pretty boring. Each morning, I have a bowl of Cheerios, a glass of juice and a coffee. Occasionally – and I mean very occasionally – I might have a bacon butty or pancakes, however these are reserved for the […]

Alternative Synopses For Popular CBeebies Kids TV Shows

Since becoming a dad, I’ve found myself watching a lot of kids TV. Usually this is with Toddler L, but there’s been far too many occasions when I’ve caught myself staring at CBeebies when she’s gone for a nap. There’s just something so mesmerising, educational and downright confusing about the shows created for our children. It has […]