Category Archives: conflict of parenting philosophy

  1. Jamie Oliver and I Are Not on the Same Parenting Page


    20 November 2014 by thaliakr

    Dr Seuss, Horton Hears a Who: A person's a person no matter how small |

    It seems that Jamie Oliver – cheeky television chef with the ‘beestung lips’ and the Essex accent – and I …
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  2. Redeeming Birthday Parties #1


    25 August 2013 by thaliakr

    One of the birthday constants in my family growing up was Dad writing a poem – usually rhyming couplets, but …
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  3. Would You Like Some Guilt With That Parenting Advice?


    8 May 2013 by thaliakr

    Thanks to friends and RSS feeds, I came across a few different articles over the weekend that all stayed with …
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  4. Toy Guns and Carefully Shaped Pieces of Seaweed


    2 February 2013 by thaliakr

    Like many of you, I feel almost unresolvably torn when it comes to little kids and games of murder. Raising …
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  5. Do We Like Obedience?


    13 January 2013 by thaliakr

    How important is it that our children are obedient? This from¬†Annalisa Barbieri in the Guardian: Most parenting books are about …
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  6. How to Have an Opinion


    21 December 2012 by thaliakr

    I’ve learnt an awful lot, in the way of facts and vocabulary, since I entered the world of parenthood. Who …
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