David Robbins: My daughter - the bottomless well of questions
As the father of a now six-year-old daughter, there are times when I hanker for the old days of when she was, say, 18 months old and life was simpler.
Back then, the job of a dad was straightforward: feed, cuddle and change nappies. Bathe occasionally. Throw in the air from time to time. Read bedtime stories. Ahh, the Mister Men years.
These days, parenthood feels a bit like trying to wing it while being interviewed by Seán O'Rourke on the News At One.