Exclusive: The FA and the Dadsnet have announced plans to help them find and nurture talented British babies to play for the national football team.
The performance team at Wembley have data collected from […]
Good article Jim.
It is always good to hear from fellow dads who want their kids to get into sport and teams. That’s the reason, I started my business.
I follow Hull City. We’ve had our time in the Premiership, but it was not without angst.
Of course, (excuse the quick plug) you could have started her earlier with one of my football baby…[Read more]
Toy safety is my priority; I manufacture and sell baby toys; Little Sport Star. I am watching Brexit very carefully as it will have a major impact on my business, which I started when my daughter was born. […]
In early 2018, the news hit me like a stiff kick in the *****. Toys ‘R’ Us was no more and for the second time in its short life my business was on a knife edge.
Little Sport Star was conceived in 2012 in […]
Great article. Scary. I feel I am #guiltytoo!
Apologies if the headline has upset anyone. If you listen to the tabloids, Rooney is both of these but I still think Wayne Rooney’s send off at Wembley is deserved. It is Rooney’s under reported quality that fe […]
Let’s start off our Christmas gift ideas 2018 with some big hitting Christmas gifts, each chosen by a British Toy Inventor, toy expert and blogger for The Dadsnet, Nick Farnsworth. Nick makes Little Sport St […]
Nick Farnsworth commented on the post, Are sports lessons really necessary for small children? 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Great topic! I make toys for babies – all with a sports theme! (littlesportstar.com) My view is that as long as the kids are enjoying it, then it is fine. However, I think that even very young children can learn basic skills such as balance, hand-eye, core strength, all from a very young age.