Latest articles with tag 'family'
Perceptions are strange things
Perceptions I find, can be strange things.
We are all guilty no doubt of having a perception of someone that turned out to be so inaccurate you feel embarrassed and a little stupid for missing the reality.
Children: what’s the magic number?
Everyone has an opinion on how many children you should have. Everyone seems to think there is a magic number. Really?
Surviving the return to work after maternity leave
There are a ton of issues faced by mothers when they return to work after maternity leave. Some of them, are familiar to many women, others will be very personal to your own situation.
Travelling through France with children: food and play stops
France is a BIG country and the best bits in my view are not necessarily the ones involving a short drive. So, when you are on a long car journey, where do you stop for food and a stretch of the legs? Happy travellers make happy holidays of course.
That bit between Christmas and New Year
What do you do with that bit between Christmas and New Year? Could it be the longest Sunday ever?
5 Christmas Hazards Around the Home: GP’s Advice on How Parents Can Avoid Them
By Dr Tom York, NHS-registered and private GP for GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor-on-demand app As a doctor, I’m acutely aware of the variety and frequency of accidents which can…
What lengths do you go to for your children’s teeth?
Caring for our children’s teeth is so important to parents. We try our very best to keep those little white pegs super healthy and clean, in the hope we will instill healthy habits in our children and that they will go on to care well for their own teeth.
The Spirit of Christmas: buy Amazon handmade gifts
The ‘spirit of Christmas’ means different things to different people, but back in 1889, author Harriet Beecher Stowe summed it up perfectly I think, by saying “to give up one’s very self — to think only of others — how to bring the greatest happiness to others — that is the true meaning of Christmas.” I love that.