I’ve been neglecting my readers lately: Summer, kids, you know, nothing personal:)
I admit – this summer has pushed me back into my comfort zone.
I sent my third / smallest child – 6 already (when did that happen), to first grade today.
Had to remind myself repeatedly that eventually it will all be ok. That she’ll be fine, my baby.
Not a baby anymore, is she.
Why is my heart-broken?
Anyway, that’s not what I planned to write about:
I planned to write about child abuse, and about a very special person.
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May 14, 2013 · 4:50 pm
It was after the third angry mail I received from male bloggers, following this post about the first exceptional dad contributor to my new site http://www.parents-space.com, (here) that it struck me: Unintentionally, I just started a mini genders war. Continue reading →
May 6, 2013 · 7:33 am
I didn’t post a lot lately, being engaged in my new parents site, http://www.parents-space.com .
It’s coming up nicely I think! 60 Contributors already.
The variety of contributors results in discussing many topics, some are fairly new to me. I bet that I’m not alone here.
A naive parent I am, a species that cannot survive for long in the 21 century. Continue reading →
April 25, 2013 · 1:28 pm
The first man: Not only did he say that he is willing to become a Parents-Space.com author, he actually posted!
This brave blogger is Pieter from http://pieterk515.wordpress.com/ , a proud dad and cool blogger you should all get to know. Always makes me laugh.
Pieter – I admire your guts, a first male author in a feminine neighbourhood! Continue reading →
April 20, 2013 · 6:56 am
To all you parents out there: My newborn, 1 month old www.parents-space.com , is already becoming a great resource of information for parents.
(If I sound proud, it’s because I am!)
An amazing group of contributing authors (which I can’t thank enough) have gathered together to write in PS ; some of them are counsellors, some are parents sharing their daily challenges, and all are there for you. Continue reading →
April 12, 2013 · 6:50 am
My dad is a sportive and thin turning 70 – looking 55 man.
During a regular physical check-up, he was urgently rushed into a heart bypass surgery; the doctors told him that he can get a heart attack any minute now, and there’s no chance he will survive it. Continue reading →