Tag Archives: fathers

WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF THIS HAPPENED TO YOU?

What would you do if you discovered the daughter you had raised for 12 years as your own actually ‘belonged’ to someone else? Irina Belyaeva and Anya Iskanderova were born just 15 minutes apart at a maternity hospital in Kopeisk … Continue reading

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HOW TO GO VIRAL AND STILL GET SCREWED

Everyone wants to go viral – but what if someone else gets all the credit? You may recall that a few weeks ago I reported how the Daily Mail UK, ABC in New York Nine news in Australia and a … Continue reading

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HOW TO BECOME THE BEST DAD IN THE WORLD

This week we’ve talked a lot about fatherhood. Here’s a guy going for Father of the Year: I did my best but I think I would have drawn a line in the sand here … More funny fatherhood later.

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SODA RESERVOIR DOGS

Have you ever seen a barman talking in Japanese to three German Shepherds with lightning reflexes and a sense of humor? You have? Then I guess you won’t want to read till the end and see this week’s video. But … Continue reading

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THE OCTOPUS AND STRING BAG GUIDE TO PARENTING

Today I’m offering this excerpt from THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO FATHERHOOD for your amusement. If you’re a guy contemplating being a father, you should definitely read this; if you’ve already had kids, then this might give you a wry smile. … Continue reading

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ALL IN A GOOD CLAUS

Christmas again. I liked Christmas best when my kids were little. Lauren and Jess just loved Christmas, though they were a lot different to the ones I had in London. Here the seasons are reversed; Australia can get very hot … Continue reading

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From Pongwiffy to Shakespeare

   When she was three years old my baby girl crawled on my lap in my study and asked me what I was doing. “I’m writing a book,” I said. “Well, that’s just adicalus,’ she said. She had heard her … Continue reading

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