The Cityparents Blog

James's blog: Only child syndrome

Date 1st Nov 2017 Comments 2 Comments

There has been quite a bit in the press recently about the growing number of one child families. My wife and I both have siblings – my wife is the older of two sisters and I have an older siste... Read More

Freddy's blog: For the shy kids

Date 10th Oct 2017 Comments 1 Comments

The temptation to fix things is strong. Especially for a man, because it's well-known that our response to a problem, particularly one raised by a woman close to us, is to offer an immediate and ... Read More

Freddy's blog: A run of bad form

Date 4th Jul 2017 Comments 0 Comments

When I was 13 years old I had a run of bad form at school. First I got in trouble for insulting my French teacher’s fur coat. She was a Russian woman called Madame Filipovna. A very mean and un... Read More

Freddy's blog: Education

Date 4th Apr 2017 Comments 0 Comments

We're starting to think about education for our daughter. Now she’s almost two, it feels like time. Or it's way overdue. I want to make sure she’s fluent in classi... Read More

Lawrence's blog: The Twin Reaction

Date 6th Feb 2017 Comments 3 Comments

After being a parent for nearly four years, my wife and I feel like we are no-longer complete novices in managing the various aspects of being a city parent. Like most working parents, work fatigue, ... Read More

Freddy's blog: New Year resolutions

Date 10th Jan 2017 Comments 0 Comments

Happy New Year to all you Cityparents. It seems a lot of people were back to work after Christmas this week, or maybe it was just that everyone was on the pavement at the same time yesterday thanks ... Read More

James's blog: Two new jobs

Date 15th Nov 2016 Comments 0 Comments

It's been a while since my last blog. Since then, and after a few years of searching for the right opportunity, I've started a new role in a smaller law firm.  So far, things seem to ... Read More

Lawrence's blog: In-Law behaviours.

Date 22nd Aug 2016 Comments 0 Comments

Our working parent household is one that has, after three and a half years started to function with a certain degree of normality. I seem to be able to bundle the child out of the door for nursery a ... Read More
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