Thought it only meant working a four-day week? Think again.
A lot of Dads wish they could make their work situation more flexible but it’s not always obvious what options are out there.
We’ve managed to […]
Experts call for shift away from shaming, blaming and other types of negative discipline.
The latest parenting advice from the Canadian Paediatric Society is to move away from the shaming and blaming types of […]
A Wallsall Primary school has employed a nappy changer because pupils lack “basic skills”.
A primary school has had to employ a member of staff because some of its pupils have not been toilet-trained, a cou […]
The home is the most common place for injuries to happen.
A well-stocked first-aid kit, kept within easy reach, is a must for every household. We all know from experience that children are particularly […]
There’s so much that we weren’t told and now know.
The Dadsnet Community recently shared all the things they weren’t warned about before stepping into fatherhood. With well over a 100 comments made – it would […]
A ban on smacking children is a step closer after the Welsh Government publish a bill removing “reasonable punishment” as a defence.
New legislation which would ban adults from being able to smack their […]
84 men die a week by suicide in the UK alone. We desperately need to change this.
I have suicidal thoughts everyday. I’ve come to the conclusion that this is on some level, actually ‘normal’. Acting upon, […]
How to spot the warning signs in your child.
This article is brought to you via The Charlie Walker Trust, which was founded in order to educate young people on the importance of staying mentally well, and how […]
Nice article. Very informative. :)
Here at The Dadsnet we were curious to know what our Dads thought were the best YouTube channels for children. The Dadsnet Community was quick to respond! So we’ve gone ahead and collated their recommendations […]
Did you know the UK Government has a campaign to raise awareness of SPL?
Neither did we, so here at The Dadsnet we thought we’d share what we have found out, to make sure our expectant Dads are well informed. […]
The thing that really breaks it though is money. If anything employers should be supporting their workforce. The government can give only so much which we understand. Shouldn’t the employer match it? After all you get holiday pay at same rate as a day of work which costs the employer. To the most part twice as someone would have to cover that shift.
Although feeling lonely and isolated is common among new dads (and men in general) many men find it hard to talk about it, with their partners or anyone else. Here at The Dadsnet, our members found the right […]
The move comes after the results of fresh studies
For years this leading charity has strictly warned parents NOT to co-sleep with their babies, after claiming it increases the risk of cot death.
“Better the balance, better the world” say International Women’s Day
This year’s campaign from International Women’s Day is a bold one. “Let’s build a gender balanced world.” It’s also something The Dadsnet […]
Our Dadsnet Community have been posting some amazing WBD photos!
We have seen hundreds of incredible costumes and lots of happy children! Here is a selection of our office favourites this World Book […]
Looking for some amazing books to fill your child’s shelves?
We’re super passionate about reading in our house. In fact, things have perhaps worked out a little too well. Once again, this morning saw me bei […]
That sounds a winning combo!
It’s all about the gravy apparently.
A recent survey of The Dadsnet community has revealed information the nation has been long debating around Shrove Tuesday. What is the best pancake topping?
The Top 5 […]
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