Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Age of Consent – Confessions of a late mum-to-be

In my capacity as editor, I occasionally take part in ‘Women in Business’ events designed to inspire schoolgirls to explore their full potential. Four of us might explain the diverse routes to our current positions, and what difference being a … Continue reading

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A wonderful weekend in Cornwall

Last weekend saw our first trip away from home as a family. Granted, it was only to Truro, a location very familiar to two of us. The third has been there many times, mostly in the dark and comfy confines … Continue reading

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Nine ways with beetroot

The Soil Association’s Organic Fortnight draws to a close of Friday, September 17, and by coincidence I have just taken delivery of my first veg box. I had many plans for my maternity leave, not least to care for our … Continue reading

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Musing on reusing

  Before having my own baby, the last time I changed a nappy was on a two-year-old. It was, to a degree, fun. Little Arthur wasn’t remotely fazed; it could even be entertaining, when I blew raspberries on his tummy. … Continue reading

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Go with the flow: Breastfeeding #3

I hadn’t intended to write about breastfeeding again so soon, but I became aware today of a fierce debate raging over a Mother and Baby magazine article in favour of formula feeding. In summary, the writer – deputy editor Kathryn … Continue reading

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Plug-In Baby: Breastfeeding #2

My breastfeeding experiences, and tips for breastfeeding products Continue reading

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