Ah, that time of innocence, of long happy summers on warm beaches, of drinking Orangina out of strange-shaped bottles, of trying to extricate unknown seafood out of shells with an arsenal of unknown tools. OK. Maybe not representative of all of our experience in the EU, and I suspect we’ll still be allowed over there … More The innocence of EU-th
Today is his fourth Father’s Day. In those four years, all four members of our family (and the cat and the fish too) have changed beyond measure. I find the rate of change in children between birth and two years astonishing. So quickly you love from cradling a helpless bundle in your arms, to them … More Four things on his fourth Father’s Day
Ah, back to this topic. I’ve mentioned before Boybug’s ample stature, and that at seven months the health visitor advised me to consider portion control (I didn’t do it). But was she right? Am I over-feeding Boybug? Is he heavy or fat or both? I read this on the BBC last week: “Researchers used the … More Is a heavy baby a fat baby?
As tempting as it is to rely on Dr Google, taking advice from strangers on the Internet can be dangerous (or in this case, messy). It’s part of the reason I don’t give advice on the blog – I don’t know your individual situation. I can’t possibly know all the variables of a problem. I … More Why you should be cautious of Internet advice