In order to maintain my sanity I filled my life with projects.  Projects gave my life a meaning beyond looking after Small and the house.  They were something with a defined goal that I could aim at.  They were a way of dragging some feeling of achievement back into my life; some way of proving to myself that I was still capable of doing something.  Providing the project went well.

Projects included:

  • Decorating.
  • Gardening.
  • Making things.
  • Writing.

During my internship (internment?) every room in the house has been decorated at least once.  The garage has been converted into an office and a utility room.  The garden has been completely remodelled.  Beds have been constructed, one in the shape of a train and another as a caterpillar and I have written this book, some cycling books and some children’s novels.  Thus I try to maintain my self-confidence and my sanity (although, after reading this book, you may feel the latter is a forlorn hope rather than a reality).

Not so much a parenting guide full of advice, more the reality of parenting kids and being a house husband and father, written by a stay at home dad to three children.

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