Single Dads are just wizard

As the country braces itself for another dose of Harry Potter mania, single dad website www.dadcando.com has everything you need to turn your little cherubs into wizards, witches and warlocks - and it's all free.

As the country braces itself for another dose of Harry Potter mania, single dad website www.dadcando.com has everything you need to turn your little cherubs into wizards, witches and warlocks – and it’s all free.

The site was created by single dad of four Chris Barnardo and aims to celebrate how brilliant single dads are to their children.  It is packed full of interesting and exciting things for single dads to do with their kids as well as easy cook, delicious recipes.

Just as important, the site offers constructive, level headed advice and support to single dads who may be feeling vulnerable, unsure and downright scared of having to reinvent a relationship with their kids that they once took for granted.

For Harry Potter fans, the site contains fantastic instructions on how to make the best top-quality accessories like  a quill and ink pot, a wizarding certificate, party invitations, a mischief makers map and, best of all, an absolutely wizard  wand.

Says Chris Barnardo: “Just buying the Harry Potter book and taking your kids to the cinema can be very expensive, not to mention all the costly merchandise that surrounds the Harry Potter phenomenon.

“Everything on www.dadcando.com is totally free, can be printed in seconds, made from household junk in minutes, and it all looks brilliant.”

So now single dads and their kids can enjoy all the magic of Harry Potter without running out of galleons or breaking into Gringotts Bank.

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