Full-time dad and sometime freelance writer, Adam Mamo writes about parenting and related madness. He's no expert, just a survivor.
In the first of our series on formative kid experiences of the 1980s and 1990s, Adam Mamo tackles the highs and very low lows of Saturday morning sport.
Since becoming an at-home father, Adam Mamo has been on a desperate search for his masculinity – after all, he keeps being told it's gone missing.
Adam Mamo knew that part of being a dad was being able to do dad jokes. This is his inspiring story of how he discovered his inner dad comedian.
Our stay at home dad columnist Adam Mamo on the joys and challenges of being a stay at home dad.
At-home dad Adam Mamo is sick of advertising around parenting brands. Why, he asks, does everything have to be so gendered?