Category Archives: On Motherhood

Moving Forward

I haven’t been here for a while. A hell of a lot can happen in a year. I now have a business and I am once again a single mum, in the full sense of the phrase. My son and I had … Continue reading

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A Date with the City

A few days ago, I took the train through the tunnel to run a couple of errands in Liverpool. When I was finished, I went to take the train back home again, but as I was on my way to … Continue reading

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Climbing Higher

We’ve barely been to the park all winter until this week. He’s learned to climb while I haven’t been watching. Higher and higher he went, more and more daring his stunts, testing the apparatus, using it in ways it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Second Chances

My son once walked into the middle of the road in front of a car. He was two years old. I only took my eyes off him for a moment, but a moment is all it takes for a child … Continue reading

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Children and the Media – my views.

I dislike computer games, pointless cartoons and expensive “must-have” toys. I dont shield my son completely from these things, but I do think they should be monitored and limited. See, I dont think that moving an imaginary charcter around a … Continue reading

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Memories of a seventeen year old mother.

I was 17 when I was pregnant with J. I sat the first year of my A levels when I was 5 months gone. I was allowed to do this on the condition that I told no-one. It was against … Continue reading

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What it all comes down to

Watching your child grow up: Heartbreaking elation

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