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Welcome to Chubba's Pool Room, where you will not only find a a dodgy dart board, but many great insights on being a dad.  Just don't hit the back of the billiard queue on the wall will ya, his missus hates that.

Lessons from JB

Monday, 29 October 2012 16:47 Published in Chubba's Pool Room Written by Be the first to comment!

On 2 November 2009 my best mate and dad JB sadly passed away. This article is dedicated to his memory

One of Wife A’s greatest fears is that horrible day when Kid X and Kid Y go through their rebellion years and tell her that they hate her. 

Lizzy’s Pregnancy – After a very long wait, Bert arrived safely via elective C – Section on September 21 at 10:38am.

Tacklenappy on Tour..15 minutes a day

Sunday, 14 October 2012 10:00 Published in Chubba's Pool Room Written by 3 comments

A Dad's 15 minutes a day….

It’s early Sunday morning,  6.45am and sadly I am up and on the computer writing my latest post. Wife A is trying to catch up on some sleep after taking over the complete parenting duties while I was having a great time at the Problogger Training event.

Toddler Trade Week

Friday, 05 October 2012 21:04 Published in Chubba's Pool Room Written by 2 comments

With AFL trade week fast approaching I was thinking about how good would it be if we could trade away parts of life. For starters I think I could do with a change perhaps I would trade my washboard stomach for a more modest 6 pack.

4 minutes to go stop the clock

Sunday, 30 September 2012 15:54 Published in Chubba's Pool Room Written by Be the first to comment!

Grand Final Day 2012 will go down in family history as the day the clock stopped with 4 minutes to go in the last quarter.

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