Sunday, 21 June 2015

12 things my dad taught me about being a mum

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.
  1. If they start and end the day clean, you're doing well.
  2. Choose the milk that makes their poo smell the least (turns out that's SMA)
  3. Take the advice you want, ignore that you don't
  4. Let the bugger scream (exceptions apply)
  5. Let grandparents help - you need the break
  6. If you think they might need a doctor, they definitely do.
  7. Go to dad for cash
  8. Go to mum for shoes
  9. Dad's are always there for a chat - not just mums
  10. Teach your kids about food by helping them grow it
  11. A little of what you and your children fancy really wont do any harm
  12. 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!


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