There’s no advice here…
Rather, the ramblings and observations of a new Dad, dealing with the unpredictable journey that is, kids. You’ll no doubt have a better way (that I would love to hear about) or a worse experience (again, let me know for humors sake) proving the only thing I can say confidently about the whole experience is; that every child, parent and family is different and what works for you won’t necessarily work for me and vice versa.
Hi I’m Kevin, a happily married father of two daughters born in mid 2010 and March 2013. I’ve been living in Australia after returning from overseas in 2006. I went to London with my then, new wife to escape any prospect of having children and having to grow up. We succeeded in avoiding maturity for 5 years before coming back to Australia.
I’m writing this blog because I like the idea of putting my thoughts somewhere and I’ve got enough of an ego to hope that someone might find them entertaining. I’ll try and keep the articles flowing with a ambitious target of at least an entry a week.
Lastly, blogging Dads are a rare breed over here so I’m especially interested in hearing with any other Dad’s in Australia that are trying to carve out a little part of the interweb.
Kevin can be contacted via comments, the Illiterate Infant facebook page, google plus or twitter
Loving your blog Kevin and it’s humourous perspective. It’s so great to see dads getting in on the infernal “mummy blog” thing.
I’m not a mummy but I am surrounded by mummy bloggers which I love – so much advise and hope and encouragement for the future – plus all daily stories that aren’t involving kids are experienced with all. Love the fact you are a Daddy Blogger – haven’t’ come across any as yet. Looking forward to reading some more of your musings.. 🙂
Hi and welcome to the illiterate household.
Hey, just came across your blog through blog HUB listing. Great blog mate. It is true that a blogging dads are a rare breed in the Internet almost.
You can add me to the minority 🙂
Hello mate and welcome to the Illiterate Infant. We’re a rare breed but maybe the Kevin’s are taking over the world