I’ve taken a couple of days before putting pen to paper about this issue as I needed to really take my time and think about it outside of all the hype and trigger-happy commentary. For those of you unaware (where have you been?!), I’m talking about an image that appeared on H&M’s website of a … More We need to talk about H&M
God, I hate these posts. Paris, Manchester and now another attack in London. As a parent what do I do? I always try to stay positive. I’m factual with my son so as not to shelter him, but when two attacks on home soil happen within less than a month of each other it’s so … More Is fear winning?
Last week, I was interviewed by a journalist for the Telegraph who wanted to know how I explained and answered difficult questions about current affairs to Boy1. Its a really interesting issue because I’ve always wanted to make sure I don’t overprotect my children from the big wide world. In fact its my responsibility as … More Breaking the News to a child
Hard to believe, but I’m finding the positives in the arrival of the Trump … More Donald Trump, Thank You!
2016 – the year politics and democracy changed. If anyone had told me at the start of the year that we’d experience a Brexit saga (oh, what a saga it is turned out to be) and that a property tycoon with no political experience would be within touching distance of becoming the next POTUS, I … More Why 2016 Is The Year To Teach Kids About Democracy
Last week, pretty much every newspaper, news channel, parenting blog and the like covered the landmark ruling, pretty much allowing parents to take their kids out of school for holidays during term time. Whilst I agree with the argument that it should be a parent’s decision to take their child out if they have been attending school … More Schools out…whenever