Monthly Archives: June 2011

Kuta Karenina

I just spent two weeks in Bali, and during that time I read ‘Anna Karenina’. Now I know that as a parent of a small child, Bali would seem to be more a ‘Toy Story’ than Tolstoy style destination, but … Continue reading

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Daddy Dada

I have decided that the best way to frame a visit to an art museum with a small child is as a form of Dadaist (huh!) performance art or Invisible Theatre (huh!). This allows you to stand outside the experience … Continue reading

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A good problem to have

You know that you are living a life of privilege when the parenting challenge that you face is how to entertain your child on the two long flights it takes to get to Europe. Susie (the wife), Tilly (the 15 … Continue reading

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