Posts Tagged ‘childcare’

Confusion

| Observations

N was so cute today. He loves going to play at his youngest cousin’s on the days he goes there (not entirely sure he’s going to cope once the cousin starts school in September), and today was one of those days. I’ve not been well so worked from home this morning…all fine, except I’d forgotten […]

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Childcare blocks

| Observations

I find it insane the way red-tape often stops something worthwhile happening, that is something that is going to impact the community positively.  And ultimately could help business and economics.  Politicians have been agreeing to increase staff to child ratios for younger children in the hope of reducing the cost of childcare and making staff […]

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Childcare Gurus

| Hints & Tips, Observations

The BBC magazine website yesterday had an article about six childcare gurus who changed parenting.  It was an interesting read, and although I hadn’t heard of the earlier people (pre-Penelope Leach), I’d heard of the ideas behind some earlier parenting in comparison to those more latterly. Nowadays, where there’s so much more talk around child-led […]

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New job

| Observations

After finishing my last job, I had the luxury of some time off job hunting.  Toss up between big commute again (lots of available great jobs, mostly further than previously) and trying to find something closer to home (unlikely in my current industry). And of course having a child is what puts the spanner in […]

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