We recently moved to Nottingham to be near family. I'm not entirely sure what I'd do without my dad and today, on Father's Day, I want to share these nuggets of wisdom that have served me, and my children, well.
- If they start and end the day clean, you're doing well.
- Choose the milk that makes their poo smell the least (turns out that's SMA)
- Take the advice you want, ignore that you don't
- Let the bugger scream (exceptions apply)
- Let grandparents help - you need the break
- If you think they might need a doctor, they definitely do.
- Go to dad for cash
- Go to mum for shoes
- Dad's are always there for a chat - not just mums
- Teach your kids about food by helping them grow it
- A little of what you and your children fancy really wont do any harm
- Don't buy anything unless you have the cash to pay for it (houses excluded)
I's love to hear the things your dad taught you - please share in the comments!