Tag Archives: 24-36 months

If Toddlers Could Text: Supermarket Tantrum

If Toddlers Could Text: Supermarket Tantrum

A trip to the supermarket. So joyful and stress free until – duh, duh, duh – you have kids. On the plus side, yesterday’s aisle three meltdown has inspired the latest entry in my much-loved If Toddlers Could Text series.

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Playing golf with a toddler – the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth

My name is Father Hood and I have been playing golf with my toddler once a week for the past six-eight months. It’s an activity that I love for three reasons. First, we do some real dad-son bonding. Second, I tend to get some great material for my Instagram feed. Third, the deli sandwich Topgolf sells is DE-LIC-IOUS.

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Father Hood’s games for entertaining toddlers – Milk Capsule Tower Building

Games for entertaining toddlers: milk capsule tower building

Hello, parent friends. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find a way of entertaining a tired and hungry toddler at the dinner table without spending any money, reaching for a sugary snack or powering up a screen. If not stimulated, this toddler will self-destruct in five seconds…

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Can you tell me everything I need to know about brushing a kid’s teeth?

Personally, I can tell you diddly squat about brushing a kid’s teeth. Happily, however, I know man who can tell you everything you need to know plus a little bit more. His name is Dr Mark Hughes. He is an award-winning dental surgeon. He is the founder and lead clinician at Harley Street Dental Studio. And when I met him at Read more

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