The reluctant father

Phillip Toledano became a father at the age of forty. He fell in love with his daughter about a year and a half later, when he realized she was the most bewitching human being he’d ever seen. Initially, though, things were different. The Reluctant Father follows Phillip’s journey at the beginning of fatherhood. The first eighteen months were a time of torment, dismay, and confusion. The blinding light of unalloyed love came later. It’s a surprisingly frank, funny, and moving account, and he hopes his daughter won’t hold it against him when she’s grown up.

Our doula

We are proud to say that Morag Hastings of Apple Seed Doula Services is our doula. We pretty much hit it off with her right off the bat when we met up for coffee (it felt sort of like a blind date) and her calm, friendly demeanour made us first-time nervous parents quite at ease. […]

Some photography sites

We plan to publish a photo journal of our travels soon (as soon as we finish debating which photos to include). We’ll probably use Shutterfly or Blurb. I hope to do the same for many of my friends (Gord and Michelle, you’re next). Lately, I’ve been inspired by some stunning photography. Here are some web […]