Wow, we are into November! Can’t quite believe it but here we are. And just about to face another month in some sort of lockdown. Sigh. After a week off in a media/work vacuum somewhat surprising to come back to Continue reading Monday round-up: 2nd November
September…. Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, well Autumn at least, and excitingly in 2020 the Grand Return to School after 24 weeks at home. When Mike came to me in my office in early May and said it was Continue reading The Grand Return
Oh dear, I have got a bit behind on the “regular” blog posting since returning back from holiday. The “upholder” tendency wants to go back and add in all those missed weeks, but I actually think that is holding me Continue reading Holiday
After the triumph of making my own yoghurt and the cheese wheel dreams, I now start to wonder why I am bothering at all.
So on Tuesday night I actually went OUT. With a friend. On a school night. SO exciting. And what I went to was even more exciting as it was run by the School of Life as part of their Heroes Continue reading Thinking about feminism and making a difference
Hello! Its been a rather long time since I’ve blogged and I’ve missed it. I was asked to write an “inaugural” welcome back post so here it is (this post was previously published on the LDC Educational Vignettes blog). The Continue reading Back to life, back to …
When you have twins you get a lot of attention. Which is lovely and I do feel proud but can be rather bizarre at times. Sometimes I feel like a bit of freak show, particularly as we have a rather Continue reading Things people say to you when you have twins
I’ve not blogged for a while and despite my resolution to blog whilst on maternity leave my babies are now 14 weeks old and this is the first time I’ve managed to do it. This is because I’ve been pretty Continue reading Nappies, nits, nursing and naps
At the end of June, due to some complications with my twin pregnancy, I was suddenly signed off work, indefinitely. Scary health issues and related stress aside, I have found this whole experience pretty weird and difficult. I was 15 Continue reading Home alone ….