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Dadvengers Podcast Pilot Episode K'Nex Competition Terms and Conditions

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Please read these Dadvengers Podcast Pilot Episode K’Nex Competition terms and conditions carefully, as if you enter you are bound by these rules. The Dadvengers Podcast Launch K’Nex Competition is open to residents within the United Kingdom only and excludes Nigel Clarke’s family. Entrants must be at least 18 (Eighteen) years old to enter and participate. No contact details of…
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Dad Chats Live - Educating Our Kids About Diversity; Why Its Important and How To Do It

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Topics covered: As this month is Black History month we wanted to include the topic in one of our chats. So this week we talked about educating our kids about diversity. An important chat that touches on what some people find a difficult subject! The three topics were: 1. How and why we should teach our children about diversity. And…
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Dad Chats Live - Approaching Grief with Children

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Dad Chats Live – 18 September 2020: talking about approaching grief with children, crying in front of your kids and your dream man cave?! Grief is something that will impact all of our lives, and no matter how much we want to protect our children from that, it will impact them to. So this week we chatted about approaching grief…
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Dad Chats Live - Parental Life Lessons

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Dad Chats Live – 12 September 2020. Talking about parental life lessons, curling parents, and dad computer games. This week we delved into the life lessons we give our children. Some life lessons are more important than others, and some really stick with us. Have you given any life lessons to your children yet? Can you remember the parental life…
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Being Supportive During the Transition to School or Nursery

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Your baby is finally going to school or nursery You’ve bumbled through the first 36 months and somehow your child seems to be adjusting well to living in this world with you as a parent. You’ve navigated sleepless nights, weaning, teething, crawling, walking, the terrible twos, potty training and more. Now…supposedly… you’ve got to pack your little one off for…