Monthly Archives: February 2014

Baby Signing

Baby Signing is something I did with M, but never got beyond <<milk>>. Not that what she did earn wasn’t incredibly useful; if you’re going to learn one sign as a baby, it’s probably going to be <<milk>> (particularly if … Continue reading

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The Nursing Strike

E has been on a nursing strike. It seems to be almost over now, but it was not fun while it lasted. A nursing strike, for those not familiar, is when a child suddenly refuses to nurse. It’s often confused … Continue reading

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Chickenpox and the worst picnic ever

E appears to have chicken pox. It’s very mild, and not really bothering her, but it still effectively quarantines us as I can’t take her anywhere there might be children or pregnant ladies.  Not looking forward to a day stuck … Continue reading

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Babywearing the older child

Recently, I saw the question on a forum “Those of you who wear older children, say aged two or older – why do you do this? They can walk everywhere, can’t they?”. Since this question was asked on a forum … Continue reading

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