Public Parenting · Relationships · Social Media

Never put anything online that you wouldn’t want on the front page of a newspaper

Well having been in a variety of publications, from The Times Magazine to Nuts Magazine (funnily enough scantily clad in both), as well as a variety of online magazines and covers, the saying that I learned from my mother still rings true. Now I’ve done a hell of a lot with my life, a lot… Continue reading Never put anything online that you wouldn’t want on the front page of a newspaper

Public Parenting · Relationships · Social Media

I stole him from you, I understand why you’re angry

As I’ve stated previously, my blog posts come about organically and because of incidences that happen and this one has been one I had previously placed in a box and shoved at the back of the closet. Marriage is a funny thing. You meet someone and they’re a stranger (that was the first line of… Continue reading I stole him from you, I understand why you’re angry

Public Parenting · Relationships

“So is his dad looking after him?”

Short answer “no”. While I am here right before your eyes mostly working, often shopping or enjoying cleaning my house without the two (albeit one small) balls of testosterone destroying all my hard work as soon as it is done, my child is at nursery. However at almost a year old, A being at nursery,… Continue reading “So is his dad looking after him?”

Relationships

We’re Partners, not Parent and Child 

Societal expectations of marriage and relationships have changed over time. Families where both parents work, the primary caregiver (if children are a part of the family unit) often doesn’t exist and household duties are shared equally.  Whether you’re male, female, gender fluid or non binary (there are many other “classifications” I just don’t know them… Continue reading We’re Partners, not Parent and Child