Source: Following The Footsteps
“Sunrise doesn’t last all morning. A Cloud burst doesn’t last all day.
Seems my love is up and left you without warning. It’s not always going to be this way…” (George Harrison – All things must pass).
“Honey, I have some news. We’re pregnant”.
I can’t say the same for every father, but the first time I heard these words, the little devil on my right shoulder whispered “No, she is pregnant”. Call it self preservation, but my initial reaction was a gut defence and momentary panic. Besides, men can’t get pregnant… Continue reading “Living in the material world”
Introducing your child to the world is a delicate matter. There is so much to learn and so much exposure to information, obstacles and people that letting go of the reigns is at times, impossible. You teach your child the right way to cross the street. To never talk to strangers. To look out for danger. To always take the morale high ground in school. Continue reading “The Child Conspiracy”
The Earliest memory of Dad is of a young man in the 80’s. Thick black moustache, tall rock god in denim jeans and T-shirt. Constant cigarettes, a cool green car and a on weekends, a cool beer – be it a pub garden, a friends house or comfy chair at home. Continue reading “The Meaning of ‘Dad’”