Give Me A Sign

As long-time followers of the blog will know, we’ve been working on sign language with SB since she was about six months old. It started out as just a casual thing we’d do occasionally – we’d always accompany “thank you” with the British Sign Language sign, for example, and when […]

Officially A Graduate!

Well, here we are then. The dust has settled, the caps have been thrown and I am a graduate! Graduation on Friday was amazing; the loveliest and proudest day since SB was born. She was a little star throughout – she and Daf sat and watched the graduation being live-streamed, […]

“Nobody Understands Me!”

I thought – perhaps naively – that we’d have until the teenage years before having to face tears and tantrums over feeling like nobody understands her. I love that SB is more vocal now. She’s so chatty, and her vocabulary is growing bigger by the day. We’ve got some impressive […]

Motivation Post: Student Parents, You Rock!

I’ve talked quite a lot about the start of a new university year recently, with my Top Ten Tips for Student Parents, because it’s a big event for any student (or their parents – lots of mums out there with empty nest syndrome at the moment, I’m sure), but particularly […]

Top Tips For Student Parents!

So, as a new university year begins, there are parents up and down the country preparing to take on the task of balancing study with parenting responsibilities. Some are parents to teens and older children, others have newborns and toddlers. Some aren’t even parents yet, but are trying to juggle […]