Tag Archives: activity for toddler

GIVEAWAY! – Take the family to Oz Comic-Con Melbourne

It's been a whole year since Little E and I had our epically fun day at Oz Comic-Con? Wow. Well I can guarantee you that we'll be there again this year but with Phenom-A-Mum and our new addition, Little L, as well. Revisit all of the crazy fun that my then-2-year-old had with … Continue Reading ››

CleverDIY review – kids craft monthly subscription box

It's been a long time since I got my dad-craft on and poor Little E has been missing our arty explorations the past months. The juggle of newborn, new work and the chaos of having two kids now has not been kind to getting creative. Luckily those spectacular folk from CleverPatch have come up with … Continue Reading ››

Super Spy Lazer String Maze for Toddlers

This was a loooooong winter and I fear that I may have gone a teeny bit cabin fever crazy because I began creeping around our house whistling the Mission Impossible theme tune and leaping out at Phenom-A-Mum from behind chairs saying "Sssssssh. Secret Squirrel!". So what better way to celebrate the coming of Spring than by … Continue Reading ››

Mr Twit’s Beard Toddler Activity – Dad Craft for Roald Dahl Day

Tomorrow is Roald Dahl's birthday which has been officially retitled ROALD DAHL DAY!

And, like every Aussie child of the 80's, I grew up mesmerized by the magical worlds of his books. People tend to go on about Charlie & the Chocolate Factory or Matilda but the book that was my Dahl favourite was … Continue Reading ››

Cardboard Box Maze – Spring & Summer Fun: Dad+DIY

Spring is here! But what are you going to do with the kids now that they're running around like Energiser bunnies and going mental? It turns out that dangling them from the hills hoist and getting the dog to spin them around for hours is frowned upon (at least, that's what the police told me). We're going to … Continue Reading ››

The HICCUPOPOTAMUS: DAD REVIEWS OF CHILDRENS BOOKS WRITTEN BY STAY AT HOME DADS

Hiccupopotamus is a wonderfully written children’s book by the author B.C. Dee. Upon first reading I could tell this book was written by someone much smarter than me. His use of the English language in this book is eloquent and poetic. I thoroughly enjoyed his story of a baby hippo that gets … Continue Reading ››