It was quite cold yesterday. I warned the geekdaddy as I set off for work to make sure the kids were dressed appropriately, and I even sorted the geekdaughter out with a nice warm outfit so he didn’t have to worry about choosing stuff. So I was a little alarmed to hear about this conversation […]
Archives for October 2011
It was the geekdaughter’s 4th birthday last week, and I have a terrible confession to make. I didn’t organise her a birthday party. I intended to, I really did, but then I kind of got a bit “jammed” trying to make a decision about what kind of party it would be, and so nothing actually […]
Yesterday the geekdaughter had a birthday party to go to. One of the other little girls in her class at nursery had invited her to a party at a local play barn. It was timed really well so that the geekdaughter could attend her regular Sunday morning swimming class with the geekdaddy, and then the […]
Silent Sunday. One photo, taken in the last week. No words. To see more great pictures search for the #SilentSunday hashtag on Twitter.
So it’s Friday again, and it’s been a couple of weeks since my last app of the week segment. I’ve got an ever increasing list of apps I want to share with you, and I was all ready to get back in the studio this week to record a show. As often seems to happen […]
There often seems to be a strong message coming from the press that Mums are naturally better parents than Dads. So the team at BritMums asked us, and some of their other video bloggers, to talk about this and share our opinions. This is definitely a subject that the geekdaddy has some strong opinions about, […]
“Kids always sleep in cars!”. When the geekdaughter was tiny I heard that all the time. And it isn’t always true. It wasn’t true for me then, and it’s not true now. We learned at an early age that the geekdaughter would only ever sleep for a maximum of 30 minutes in the car. Maximum. […]
Happy birthday to you Happy birthday to you Happy birthday dear geekdaughter Happy birthday to you! It’s my little girl’s birthday. She’s four years old today. Four years ago she was dragged into the world (literally, but that’s a story for another day!). I don’t know who was more shocked – her or me!