London With A Four Year Old: The Natural History Museum And Beyond

For those who like them, sorry for the lack of science rants recently, if you’re going to blog about people getting complicated stuff wrong you have to put in a lot of time making sure you aren’t also talking out of your  own *ahem* and time has been in short supply of late. Today’s strike… Continue reading London With A Four Year Old: The Natural History Museum And Beyond

5 Reasons Why Tech Firms Should Be Selling Wearables to Mums (Or should that be Moms?)

Not a Smart Watch Google have just announced a range of new smart watches.  Devices, linked to your smartphone that sit on your wrist and let you know about incoming calls or messages and enable you to use apps and reject calls without even taking your phone out of your bag. These newbies join some… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Tech Firms Should Be Selling Wearables to Mums (Or should that be Moms?)

Why I’m Not Signing the Petition Against Longer School Hours

Its not because I think teachers should work longer hours.  How anyone has the energy to look after a room full of six year olds, then go home and carry on working, I will never know. It’s not because I want my childrens’ academic progress to come before everything else in their lives (I don’t). It’s… Continue reading Why I’m Not Signing the Petition Against Longer School Hours

Comfort

Never is the need for something comfortable to wear more pressing (quite literally), than in these first few weeks of the second trimester. I’ve given up all hope of wearing “normal” trousers or skirts, even hooking one of E’s hair bands between the button and button hole of my flies isn’t enough to get me… Continue reading Comfort