Dad dot info form. Ask questions, get answers


<a href="" target="_blank"></a>

23 Aug 2017

Jools Oliver has offered a glimpse of life in the Oliver household as  she shared a heart-melting handwritten letter by her son apologising for  being naughty.


Image: Ian West/PA Wire

But she admitted that even she and TV chef husband Jamie had struggled  to remember what Buddy had done when they spotted the note left on their  pillow.

The six-year-old, full name Buddy Bear Maurice Oliver, struggled only  slightly with spelling as he wrote in blue pen:

“Dear mum,

Sorry for making you stressed. I hope you can forgive me.

I can think of something to repay you.

Love Buddy”

He finished off the note with three large hearts and two kisses.

Designer and writer Jools, nee Juliette Norton, posted a picture of the  letter on Instagram and wrote: “Jamie and I get a few of these notes on our pillow every so often… although this one we struggled to remember  what he had done.”

The pair have had five children since their marriage in 2000 and Buddy  is the fourth.



Related entries

Where’s Wally? Weekender!

Where’s Wally? Weekender!

Football School authors Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton front virtual Where’s Wally? Weekender! Join dynamic author duo Ben Lyttleton and Alex Bellos for the National Literacy Trust’s iconic Where’s Wally? fun run, which this year is a virtual run, renamed the Where’s... working in collaboration with Parent Ping working in collaboration with Parent Ping

Since becoming a Dad have you secretly wished you could read your partner's or children's mind? If you, as a Dad, could only instill one value in your children, what would it be? Is parenting for Dads today easier or harder than when you were growing up? With...

Latest entries

Why Fathers Should Teach Their Kids About Money…

Why Fathers Should Teach Their Kids About Money…

'When my daughter was 17', writes Michael Gilmore (The Seven Dollar Millionaire) 'I had a series of frightening revelations that set me on an unusual path, one that resulted in me writing her a modern fairytale, Happy Ever After: Financial Freedom Isn’t A Fairy...

Pin It on Pinterest