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It was bound to happen. He’s the youngest by four years and four months. He seems to be older than he is. So, I assumed too much. It was one of those moments: I was just talking for the sake … Continue reading
I’m working up the energy to celebrate the end of 10 years of (almost) continuous breast-feeding and pregnancy. You can check out all the gory details here: NEW ZEALAND: Bye-Bye Boobies.
In my previous post I talked about the biological need (and that’s the key, this is not my opinion) for our children to be raised in both a highly emotionally connected environment and to sometimes experience Mindful Disconnection here: Connection and … Continue reading
Toddlers don’t excite me. Yes, I know they’re very cute and there’s nothing so lovely as those little arms sneaking around your neck for a snuggle. They’re highly entertaining, I’ll grant you that. They’re learning a heap and changing every … Continue reading
(Firstly, don’t panic. Often being a good-enough parent is good enough. The information is indicative of things going really well, if it doesn’t match your children – consider how you might make small changes rather than feeling guilty and doing nothing, or dismissing the information out … Continue reading