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Parenting in a big, bad world

Child miners in Congo (Pic: Julien Harneis/Wikimedia Commons/CC-BY-SA-2.0) If I had a magic wand, the first thing I'd do is put a s...

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My interview on Expats Blog!

Today is definitely a high point for me as a blogger! My interview has been featured on Expats Blog, a community of over 1800 expatriate b...

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Toddler Tales (16): Linking Up

Most of my chronicles about Little Dude nowadays are about his language. That's because he's really interested in learning new wor...

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The story of my trip to mom-jail!

It's bad enough to be accursed with constant guilt as a parent, but if there's one thing that usually makes me uneasy, it's usi...

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A Day Like Today…When my children first met

Today's guest post in this series is from Cara (read more about her below).   I am honoured to be publishing her first guest post!  In...

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Words my toddler doesn't understand...

Little Dude is doing well in picking up his language skills , to the point that he understands everything we say - whether we are addressing...

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World Culture for Kids: Dubai in focus

I"m pretty excited because I've had not one, but two guest posts published this week! The first one was about the ins and outs of...

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Countdown to Two: Part 2

Little Dude is 22 months old today, and here I am here with part 2 of Countdown to Two - a four-part series, posted every month until hi...

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What does it take to be a stay-at-home parent?

Happy to share that a guest post of mine has been published on Baby Mama Blog . Sheila is the author of this Dubai-based blog and when she...

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I have a Versatile Blogger Award!

Thank you Teddy of Teddy Is MultitaskMomma for my Versatile Blogger Award! It's pretty exciting to get recognition from a fellow blog...

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Toddler Tales (15): An Identity

The process of comprehending their identity is a long-drawn one in children. I think it has four stages. First, when they are mere infants a...

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What does your blog look like on mobile?

I don't need to throw any statistics here to show you the importance of mobile phone users accessing the internet. You see it all around...

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