A review of Bernard Cornwell’s largely underwhelming Harlequin. Continue reading Book Review: Harlequin by Bernard Cornwell
Dads do not, in general, have to suffer through childbirth. That’s a given, unless you fainted while wifey was in labour and you hit your head on the bedpost on the way down. In which case, that’s an exception to the … Continue reading 5 Ways in Which Being a Dad is Painful
Ok, Mothers of Children within the great land of Canada, seriously… ease up! I’ve been doing this Dad parenting thing by myself for all of ONE WEEK and there have already been three instances of when the claws came out. One in … Continue reading Wait… What Did You Just Say About My Child?
Mrs. C had gone off to a job interview this week and so I had the pleasure of overseeing our children’s survival for one more day. This also involved making sure that my daughter’s hair didn’t look like a bird’s … Continue reading My Daughter’s Ponytail
After I wrote my piece about my first ever recipe (insert something along the lines of GO ME! I AM AWESOME!! here), I was shocked and mortified to find some lady that I hadn’t heard of before, Kristin Cavallari, was … Continue reading What To Do When You’re Accused of Starving Your Children
This was the day that Mrs. C said that since she’ll be the one that’s quite probably working in the near future, we have to make sure that nobody within our family starves or that their teeth suddenly fall out … Continue reading Apple Pork Roast Slow Cooker Recipe
The drive down for holiday and the drive back was interspersed with breaks for Costco hot dogs, refilling the petrol tank, pee breaks for everyone and hoping that Pup’s screaming didn’t send all the souls that inhabited The Silver Egg (our … Continue reading Gears of Writing