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Father’s Day – What Does It Mean?

What does Father’s Day mean in your family? Is it more than just a few new pairs of socks and jocks to add to the wardrobe?

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Share a laugh with them

This is a short and humorous clip with Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project.
Laughter is one of the best medicine's so they say and that's why we believe sharing a laugh with your children can be of great benefit to yourself and to them.

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Talk to them

Short video clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn giving an example of one of the messages of The Fathering Project.
The example being displayed in this video is the importance of having a sit down and chat with your children, it doesn't have to be on any topic in particular, but one that allows you to share a decent conversation with them.

Encourage Imagination

A short and funny clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project.
A child's imagination is one of the most important and freeing things they can possess and that is why it is necessary, as a father, to encourage and support your child's imagination.

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Great Fathering Tip

A short and humorous video clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project.
This is a piece of advice that Peter himself finds to be of great value and can improve the relationship with your children significantly when put in to practice! It is to do with the importance of always being open for conversation and up for discussion with your children.

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Stay engaged when with your kids

A short and humorous video clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project.
In today's society, there is many distractions and things that can withdraw you from enjoying the present moment. When spending time with your children, try and reduce these distractions as much as possible and stay focused and engaged in the moment with your children.

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Play games!

A short and funny clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project, in particular, the importance of making time to play games around the house with your children. It may be a silly or uncomfortable concept to you, to engage in games that you once played as a child, but this is really good for their development and a great chance for bonding with your child.

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Read to Baby

A short and funny clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project in relations to reading to your baby. There are many benefits of reading to your baby from an early age, particularly that of the bond it can create between your child and the sound of your voice.

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Use Technology when Travelling

A short and humorous video featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project.
This message would be of interest to those Father's and Father-figure's who find themselves travelling a lot and how they should take advantage of the technology features available in today's society to keep in touch with their children.

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Don’t create a Kid Cave!

A short and humorous clip featuring Peter Rowsthorn sharing a message on behalf of The Fathering Project, about the risks associated with providing your children with "too-good" of a bedroom set-up! A nice and friendly reminder to think about the long-term advantages and disadvantages associated with decisions on taking care of your kids!