Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Cuddle

I felt a little dirty after my last post, but luckily Susie has provided me with the means to cleanse my blog by taking the following photo. Enough said.  

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Kid Loco Parentitis

A warning and a promise: As you will soon see, in constructing this post I have spent too much time obsessively mixing what are essentially pretty naff musical stylings, and as a result fallen into my default setting writing-wise, which … Continue reading

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Arthur, Carlos, and the delicate art of weaning a child off swaddling

I have set myself a blogging challenge. I’m going to try to find a link between my latest iMac recording (this time about the difficulties of weaning a child off swaddling) and two figures who have haunted my week – … Continue reading

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Damage (Part 2)

Well, I spoke to my parents about whether they thought our generation was more obsessed than theirs about the damage they were doing to their kids. They said that we probably were and thought that contributing factors might be: a) … Continue reading

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Damage (Part 1)

Welcome to my first two part post! I’ve had two conversations in the last week that have touched on the fear that parents have of permanently damaging their kids psychologically. The first was with a guy I know who has … Continue reading

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The Social Animal

I just read ‘The Social Animal’ by David Brooks. It is a strange book. It purports to be an introduction, for the lay person, to the latest developments in Neuro Science; a bold undertaking made even bolder by the fact … Continue reading

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