Dad blogger, writer, husband, father, human
I'm a married father of two daughters and I've been writing Dadbloguk.com since November 2012. I live in a topsy-turvy world; my wife works full time while I am the main carer for our children.
I write about all aspects of parenting; childcare, education, health, holidays, arts and crafts and so on. As a man that 'holds the babies', I also highlight the gender barriers us men face as fathers. My experiences have shown me the parenting world is unfairly geared-up towards women and I often write about the barriers I personally come across.
In addition to my own blog, I have a Huffington Post Blog, a monthly guest blogging spot with BritMums and write a monthly post for the Kiddicare blog. I've also contributed to the Good Men Project, the Portland Hospital blog, Love All Dads and various other outlets.
I'm yet to win any awards, but I've been nominated for several. I was also very proud to facilitate a live twitter Q&A session with Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson in 2013. I was also one of the few dads to speak at BritMums 2013 and, courtesy of MumsNet, attended a reception at No10 Downing Street in honour of the charity Railway Children after blogging about its work.