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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.

Tacklenappy Tackles Breastfeeding

Friday, 03 August 2012 20:36 Published in Chubba's Pool Room Written by 2 comments

It is world breastfeeding week this week and Tacklenappy.com have decided to give our two cents on Breastfeeding.

Tacklenappy.com Dad of the Year Featured

Monday, 01 July 2013 00:00 Published in Chubba's Pool Room Written by Be the first to comment!

Tacklenappy.com Dad of the Year!

To be tacklenappy’s Dad of the Year you don’t need to be a celebrity, have won a gold medal at the Olympics or found some missing genome.  You only have to be an average dad that has impressed his wife or partner with his “daddying” skills throughout the year.

With the Olympics only hours away Team Tacklenappy decided it was time to celebrate this great occasion. Hopefully the IOC don’t see our use of the term Olympics (maybe for our special we will call it the 5 ring circus).

Wow what a difference a couple of weeks makes. I have gone from a relaxed brown haired latte sipper to a grey haired tired grumpy dad that doesn’t have time for coffee (even instant) anymore.

Baby coming ready or not

Saturday, 14 July 2012 14:11 Published in Chubba's Pool Room Written by Be the first to comment!

The alarm went off at 5am and we both groaned as we had been trying to delude ourselves that we would be able to go back to sleep after waking at about an hour earlier. It was cold, raining and it was baby day.

It was a cold but sunny Sunday afternoon and there was an eventful melee at my favourite sporting event, no not the footy, the kids playground at Greensborough.  Today a tall 3 year girl took on a timid 2 year old boy. It was a couple of jumper punches then a bit of verbal then more verbal followed by a push and shove. The only saving grace was this girl’s sister had jumped in-between the two of them and was restraining her reminiscent of a captain of a footy club protecting his star player.

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