Kids can say the funniest things, and let me tell you, my own son, Xander who is now 4 and 2 months, basically needs his own show. 'Get that kid an agent, darling' as my good friend, the great actress Harriet Thorpe always says.
I found a dog-eared copy of the 2005 best selling 'Yes Man' book by laugh out loud funny Danny Wallace the other day...
It's Who's the Daddy time and here gifted blogger Julian from Northern Dad shares a poignant post which perfectly aligns humour with emotion. Just beautiful.
This weekend has been pretty damn perfect.
Sarah Turner is a freelance writer and Sunday Times bestselling author. Her first book, The Unmumsy Mum, has its roots in her parenting blog by the same name. Sarah lives in Devon with her husband, James, and their two boys, Henry (4) and Jude (1).
In the latest instalment of my monthly feature 'Who's The Daddy', I'm pleased to introduce Neil Ransome, Daddy blogger of PLUMSNET and Senior Talent Manager at Insanity Group.
Now, I'm not going to lie, my interest in football is pretty limited.
Oh the wonderful weekend, where did it go? It feels so long ago now and it's only Tuesday, and I'm missing running through russet fields at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and breathing in that crisp autumnal air, squinting at sunlight filtering through the trees.
Seriously cute vlog alert people as the boys get a haircut, as do I, and my sister-in-law to be as a mobile hairdresser Nina pops in and turns my lounge into a hair salon!
It's time for my marvellous monthly instalment of Who's The Daddy - a series of guest posts from the uber talented Daddy bloggers out there, so many of whom I now count as great mates!
We're having a bit of a 90's revival in our house right now, reflecting on the good ol' days thanks to YouTube, as I take my kids down memory lane and some of the best telly EVER made. I'm so pumped, I've very nearly drawn a Cindy Crawford style beauty spot above my lips in excitement.
It's that time again, my monthly feature Who's the Daddy, shining a light on the best Daddy bloggers the UK and heck, even the world has to offer! Here the brilliantly funny Dave of DADventurer talks wedding tips with a baby-
Anyone else feeling a little drained as we approach the end of the first term for our school starters? (Say yes, tell me it's not just me, please)! If you are, you'll no doubt relate to this list below!
The words you've always wanted to hear, oh and the actions too-eating rice crispies off the playroom floor from plastic bowls. I've never been so proud. My clever, sometimes crazy twosome playing dog. Inevitably I had to take a picture of it, if only to bribe them in their teenage years.
A bit of fun for you all but doesn't my Uncle Mike look like just like George Clooney himself? He's even had people run up to him in the street thinking it's the A Lister for flips sake-unlikely as Uncle Mike lives in Manchester but stranger things have happened, right?!
This family loves to party and those who follow this blog knows we have a lot of get-togethers-great Greek or Italian food (usually supplied by the family's restaurants), the funniest and funnest company you can imagine (we literally laugh the whole time), music (always) and most of all (and soppiest) there's always so much bloody love in the room.
It's that time again, to join in with #brilliantblogposts with as many posts as you like, new, archived and most importantly posts you are proud of: funny, moving, artistic, in all genres about quite frankly anything you like (within reason of course).
Anyone who knows me, understands how much I love hanging out with my family. In fact nothing, NOTHING makes me happier than when we're altogether, eating, laughing, eating, shouting (we don't do talking, we're Greek) and did I mention eating?! My family are utter happy-makers and that's the 'truth Ruth'!