Isn’t it true that we all want the same for our children? We all want them to thrive, to flourish, to sail through childhood and emerge into adulthood unscathed, intact and rounded into thoughtful caring and considerate people. And to get there they need the utter basics to be covered: food, sleep, hygiene, comfort and love.
Parental staring is a fine art of communication ☺️The level of eyebrow movement is also key to communicating with stares…. From ‘the evils’ to ‘I’m so proud of you’s’, parental staring is valuable ability… How many of these have you perfected?
It was a rainy afternoon with plenty of excuses to stay in snuggled up in the warm,. We spent most of the day on the sofa whilst the kids fleeted feral and barefoot between indoors and out with seemingly an ignorance and not a care in the world for the rain… They were happy, they weren’t held back, they were… View Post
We’re both parents. This is not a list to say that dads should be doing more, not at all… This list shows the normality of parenting with both a mum and a dad working together, applying teamwork and being parents. It’s not for everyone but it works for us. This is a personal list showing how things work in our… View Post
Everybody loves a good old Christmas sing song…sing it loud and clear for all to hear! But what do parents really sing…
If parenting was portrayed with the use of reactions what would they say? Here’s a few ideas.
What do our kids really want from us? What do we really want from them? 1. Not to run the nit comb upwards so confidently through the hair on the nape of their neck. 1. To stop bringing nits home…please