At TackleNappy we're seeing a trend in the type of questions coming our way. One of the most common is regarding sleep, how do we get baby to sleep and catch up on sleep ourselves. I've written this article in response to Clinton, a friend of TackleNappy, who recently asked us this very question.
On Sunday night Bucky and I made our way into the studios of ABC Melbourne for our first foray into the exciting world of radio. We were interviewed on Babytalk by the very charismatic Penny Johnston and the show focused on sleep, or lack thereof, for parents of young Children.
It was with great excitement and a slight touch of trepidation, that Wife A and I dropped Kid X (formerly known as Kid C) at Aunty N’s and headed into the hospital to have a look at our latest creation, Baby Y.
Today was my first day back at work after 2 weeks of being a full time dad. On one hand it’s a nice change not to be singing nursery rhymes about ducks that like rain and also not having to watch some bloke with a high pitched voice have a discussion with an owl that sounds remarkably like dame Edna about the really annoying gigglemobile.
I'm a tragic Collingwood supporter. I once stood next to Lee Walker at the urinal in Melbourne's 'The Imperial' pub and I actually thought having Ball, Dick, Cox, Goldsack, Wood and Johnson at the club at the same time was hilarious. I played 93 games off the bench for Bundoora Junior Footy Club – the club famous for producing AFL players Shane Clayton, Paul Rizonico, Cameron Doyle and Jason Croall.