Christmas Market in Leicester Square (Vlog)

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Oi, Your Mum!

The Uncool Dad Recounts The Birth Of His Youngest Son In Tribute To His Missus

Some weeks back on the 8th of March was Women’s Appreciation Day. In all honesty, I completely missed it but it was a day to celebrate the lives and importance of women, the progress made to advance equality for women and to assess the challenges that still remain.

I do appreciate my Missus. She’s easily the best thing that’s ever happened to me (yep, even better than new Star Wars, the return of the Original Nike Air Max 1 shape, Calpol syringes and Pot Noodle). She gives me drive to get out of bed in the morning. And yes, dealing with her can be like stepping on lego barefooted sometimes but I couldn’t imagine life without her. Most importantly, she’s strong enough to put up with my bullshit (and there’s a lot of bullshit).

So this week, I’ve decided to write about the birth of our youngest as promised in a previous post.  Continue reading “Oi, Your Mum!”

Three Little Pandas For Mabuhay Foundation UK Charity Fundraiser Raffle

The Uncool Dad and Three Little Pandas Charity Fundraiser Raffle for Mabuhay Foundation UK – Helping worthy causes in the Philippines.

Hey Guys,

Here’s the link to the Three Little Pandas for Mabuhay Foundation UK Charity Fundraiser Raffle.

There’s some brilliant prizes available and tickets are £2 each or £10 for six.

Please help us make a difference to the lives of those in need in the Philippines.

Thanks

Emil

The Uncool Dad

Three Little Pandas, One Big Dream

The Uncool Dad writes about his Missus’ children’s lifestyle brand and their joint effort to raise funds for the charity Mabuhay Foundation UK.

Behind every good man is a great woman. Behind this arsehole is a queen. Here’s a bit about her children’s lifestyle brand and doing some good to make a difference to the lives of some people in need in the Philippines.

For a long time, the Missus had dreamed of owning and running her own children’s clothing line and after a difficult pregnancy (I’ll share the story another time), she had a new found appreciation of the importance of time. It was around then that she would kick her inhibitions in the sack and knuckle down to start feeding coal into the dream engine. Continue reading “Three Little Pandas, One Big Dream”