Exercising together builds what we see as a healthy model for our girls. Their mum runs and I run. If they see these models of exercise, we feel both of our girls will continue to follow a pattern of exercise as they grow up and into adulthood.Read More
Today marks International Women’s day – I’m hoping for the future of my girls that the celebration of this day pervades the press; that it is in schools and across the TV screens so that everyone knows that today we celebrate women not for their beauty, not for their physiques and not because they are a form to be ogled but because when we celebrate the strength, the skills and the powers of women it becomes achievable for the young women we are shaping to aspire to something more than the everyday stereotypes that they are exposed to on the screen and on the toyshop shelves.Read More
Little Tikes invited Littlest View From a Daddy to have some fun with the 3- in -1 Sports Activity Centre which includes three great activities: basketball, bowling and football.
The attractive sports centre has a counting system that encourages your child to add the dunks and goals they score.Read More
When you’re four yrs old, it must be even more exciting and I hope that by surrounding her with examples of health she will be keen to pursue sport and gain confidence in her ability rather than worry about body image and be bogged down by other’s judgements.Read More
What makes the Little Lady Swim Happy? Well before we started swimming lessons just a few short weeks ago, I would have said not a lot but since she’s been having 1:1 time in the pool, there are a huge list of things that contribute to her swimming happy.Read More