The Cityparents Blog

Caroline's blog: Being real

Date 3rd Jul 2020 Comments 0 Comments

This morning we enjoyed some glimmers of normality (and a quiet house) as our second child was welcomed back to his primary school. Lockdown with two parents working from home, two extrovert pri... Read More

Angel's blog: Smelling the Roses

Date 4th Jun 2020 Comments 1 Comments

Lockdown has been an experience to remember. As it threw people out of their usual routine, I’ve been able to notice a number of interesting and positive changes. In eight years of living in my... Read More

Linda's blog: Are you ok?

Date 21st May 2020 Comments 3 Comments

My name’s Linda and I feel really anxious. This is a new experience for me and I find it hard to admit. It's also hard to admit that until recently I'd never really understood... Read More

Kemi's blog: Lessons learnt

Date 15th May 2020 Comments 1 Comments

Remember my first blog for the year where I said I was aiming to relaunch my career in 2020 as I had felt stuck for a while especially since having my kids? Well, that definitely isn’t going to... Read More

Katie's blog: Embracing it

Date 16th Apr 2020 Comments 1 Comments

I started writing this blog a few weeks ago and it was originally about the amazing #MotherWorks photography exhibition ( ), created by Fiona Freund.  #MotherWorks compares... Read More

Ally's blog: Juggling

Date 9th Apr 2020 Comments 0 Comments

When I was invited to join the team of blog writers for Cityparents, I thought I’d be able to write some light hearted observations about the day to day juggling (always juggling) of work and f... Read More

Caroline's blog: The new normal

Date 2nd Apr 2020 Comments 0 Comments

As I write, the world around us is changing daily, and we’re all navigating a new, very insular and yet much more intense daily life. Things have been changing so fast. In what feels almos... Read More
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