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The Single Parent Endurance Athlete

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As most non-professional athletes will agree, finding time to train effectively can be a challenge by itself. You have to work of course, family time is important, and without some semblance of a social life you would probably go insane. Now, add into the mix a little one too and you’ve now got a real juggling act to maintain. Continue reading

Successful Parental Relationship after Separation

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A challenging topic to broach, I know, but I would like to take the opportunity to share my experiences to hopefully help any of you out there in a difficult situation. To begin with, there was no shady situations that caused the family to break apart, but that by no means meant that we weren’t both incredibly upset with so many questions bouncing about in our heads as to what happened and the effect it may have on Junior.

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A Dad’s Guide to an Infant’s Foot Development

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In the first few months after your baby is born, their cute, pudgy little feet will mainly be for attracting comments about how adorable they are. However, when your child begins to become more mobile through crawling and walking, their feet take on a much more important role in their development. That’s why it’s important to be aware of the signs of healthy growth so you can address any issues quickly so that they can enjoy a life free of any foot problems. Continue reading

Gift ideas for Dads

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With Christmas fast approaching, now is the perfect time to get ahead of the game and plant some gift ideas into the mind of your partner and family. Knowing how difficult us men are to buy gifts for because we have everything we need, this should help to make it a lot easier, and you could always put something under the tree for yourself from Santa… Continue reading