Monthly Archives: June 2011

Dads and Festivals

When my pal Louis and I sat down on Monday evening after our Dads Group we got talking about dads and festivals… …It may have been the Old Speckled Hen (not a sponsored post, sadly) that helped but within minutes … Continue reading

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#Cybermummy – Supporting Enterprise and Start-ups

Please excuse a rather different #cybermummy post. But the conference left me with a very simple thought! I met many people at the conference who use Twitter and blogging to promote something. Be it their writing, or a cause, or … Continue reading

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Dads Dads Dads!

This post contains the simplest of messages. But dads…please take it on board! When you are in the middle of divorce/separation proceedings and wanting to secure regular meaningful contact with your children you have to behave impeccably. The mailbox monster will … Continue reading

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David Cameron and Father’s Day

When David Cameron wrote this in yesterday’s Sunday Telegraph about absent Fathers, the BBC asked OnlyDads to go to a news studio and respond. (a summary of the news item can be found here) As many of you reading this will … Continue reading

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What About Our New Dating Site Logo?

When we launched our new dating site we decided to use our stick people logo as our theme. I like it…it shows two people holding hands, with their heads close together indicating a close relationship. But my skills at graphic … Continue reading

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Challenges Facing Dads in 2011

On my first day proper on Twitter I followed this man. I did so because he is a dad. Who writes. And had as his Avi a Clash single cover! Apart from one afternoon about a year ago, I haven’t … Continue reading

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Mums Who Leave Their Children

When Landmark Films approached OnlyDads to ask for our help and support in pulling their documentary together about mums who leave their children, we knew immediately that this would in every sense of the word be a landmark bit of television. I … Continue reading

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