Expecting a newborn can be stressful even at the best of times, but when things stop going according to plan it is easy to let the negative thoughts consume you. Jeff Randhawa learned that situations like the one he went through can’t be bought but in the end made him stronger as a person and as a father.
Being Socially Awkward in the New Brave World
Jeff Randhawa faces a problem affecting many users of social media: what the heck do you say once you’re plugged in?
The Lay Off
Faced with being laid off, a young father focuses on dealing with uncertainties and on choosing the future he wants.
The Sick Day
There are perfect sick days when you get to cozy up on the sofa, and then there are flawed sick days where there are still chores to do. Find out which one Jeff experienced recently…
Tera Mera Ki Rishta (What is Our Relationship?)
An arranged marriage between a Canadian man and an Indian woman turns out to be a strong love match, despite the fact that one loves hockey and the other adores cricket.
Driving Makes My Daughter Mad!
Lots of parents pack their babies in cars and drive until the vehicle motion lulls the kids to sleep. But Jeff Randhawa has other issues and he wishes these parents would just be quiet about it.
Go Cross-Border Shopping and Lose Your Mind!
A son lets his mother talk him into going shopping across the border in the USA. “Never again!” he vows. Here’s why.
New Dad and All, But I Still Have Time for Ice Hockey!
A new dad gives tips to other sport loving dads on how they too can combine their favourite sports with child rearing…and keep their partners happy!
Lessons Learned By a New Father
Recently Jeff Randhawa became the father of a baby girl, his first child. Here he offers some sage (if sleepy) advice and reflections on how his world changed…for the better.
Letting My Children Pick Their Own Favourite Colours
I am not worried about the lack of sleep I will be receiving for the first few months (or years). To me it is all a part of the process of starting a new family and I look forward to the months and years ahead of watching my child grow. What I am worried about is putting expectations on my children. Let me explain…