The Cityparents Blog

Caroline's blog: Hat trick

Date 19th Nov 2018 Comments 0 Comments

They say all good things come in threes, but I have not, as yet, found any professional body which gives recognition to the hat-trick we are about to achieve.  Sadly, we haven’t scored goa... Read More

Addy's blog: No Llama, No Drama

Date 12th Nov 2018 Comments 0 Comments

My 2 year old daughter has a t shirt that says “No Llama, No Drama” and I think I'm going to make it my new moto in life!. Since coming back from a nice trip abroad in August, life se... Read More

Marva's blog: Give it a rest

Date 3rd Nov 2018 Comments 2 Comments

The children are back at school now after what, as I’m told by my 15-year-old son, was a very well deserved and long-overdue break from the rigours of being a full time student. At what I ... Read More

Rosie's blog: Balance? What balance?

Date 15th Oct 2018 Comments 1 Comments

It is invariably the case that pride comes before a fall (I think) and I am no less guilty than the next person for having moments (albeit quiet ones, mostly) of self-congratulation which inevitably ... Read More

Addy's blog: Over planning ahead?

Date 28th Aug 2018 Comments 0 Comments

So this blog started last week whilst on holiday in the south of France but the story started two years ago when we started planning the trip. Three couples, three countries and six kids between us s... Read More

Marva's blog: New Girl

Date 21st Aug 2018 Comments 0 Comments

It can be a bit of a weird one, can’t it, making meaningful new friendships as an adult?  I mean, brand new friendships, with other adults with whom you genuinely have things in common and... Read More

Hayley's blog: Are they naughty?

Date 7th Aug 2018 Comments 1 Comments

"I attended a Cityparents seminar a few weeks ago, ran by mother and parenting expert Sarah Ockwell-Smith. The topic was “Understanding Naughty.” My son is almost 2 and a half - if I... Read More

Rosie's blog: Back to normailty

Date 12th Jul 2018 Comments 3 Comments

Its scarcely seems like almost three months since my youngest son was discharged from hospital. I felt at the time as if my world had been turned upside down; indeed, all of our worlds had been turne... Read More

Kim's blog: Reflections

Date 6th Jul 2018 Comments 0 Comments

It’s my second to last ever Primary school summer fair today which means its nearly the end of term and time for melancholy reflections on how much the children have grown up and changed since ... Read More
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