Tag Archives: Parenthood

Christmas Presents for Children

Well, where do I start? We have had a busy time since my last post. MrsM came home from Kabul. We went to Lapland to see Father Christmas. And we had a quiet family Christmas. Is there such a thing?

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Childhood Illnesses

There are may reasons I chose to write about childhood illnesses. I watched a TV programme this evening which featured some colleagues who have a very seriously ill daughter. They spend their every waking moment caring for their daughter and … Continue reading

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Jokes for Children

This evening, MiniM had a friend round after school. She had been pestering me for a while, and because I was going to be at home today, I said yes. MiniM and her friend helped prepare dinner and when we … Continue reading

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Police Officers and Parenthood

I am a Police Officer. Sometimes, when I am on holiday, I tell people I work for the Council – it stops all those embarrassing questions and conversations:- “I got stopped for speeding last week. How do I get off … Continue reading

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Children and Food

I thought I would write this post about Children and eating, and any fads they may have. By ‘Fads’, I am referring to not liking a particular food one week, but loving it the next. I should make mention of … Continue reading

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Smacking Children

How do you feel about smacking children? I’m not talking about thrashing them, or belting them or any of the really horrible child abuse cases we read about in the newspapers. I’m talking about the smacks people give to their … Continue reading

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