As fathers, we need to be involved in our children’s lives not just when it’s convenient or easy, and not just when they’re doing well — but when it’s difficult and thankless, and they’re struggling. That is when they need us most.”
I think the best thing to try to do is allow your daughter or your son to know that they can come to you for anything. If you can break down that wall so they don’t feel embarrassed by telling you things, that’s half the battle.”
We host them on Instagram every Friday at 9pm (GMT) and each week we talk about different topics with our parent community. Below is a recording of one of our sessions.
Dad Chats Live: Talking about World Suicide Prevention day. Mental health is something we are passionate about here at Dadvengers. So it was only right that we talk about World…
I’ve met so many Dads through my time teaching and then our journey building Nana’s Manners. It’s taken time for the perceived role of dads to evolve – I remember ‘mother and baby’ rooms when my 18yr old was young that I now see renamed ‘parent and baby’ – a small step but sign that times are evolving! Dadvengers is… Read more “Kathryn Baldrey-Chourio – Nana’s Manners”