An inspiring read.
For the latest Wonderful Women I'm speaking to one of the most inspirational people I know whom I'm also honoured to call a friend too.
I'm excited to welcome Dr Juliet McGrattan, GP, writer and runner extraordinaire to Honest Mum.
This weekend was gushingly one where I literally kept thinking, 'Wow I'm so happy, I'm so lucky'...stick with me...You see we are all so busy rushing around aren't we, running from here to there, working, hustling, multi-juggling that these last few days went by a bit slowly in comparison and allowed me to truly take stock.
The web is a one big, mammoth collection of info, and despite there being some dark and scary corners to avoid, it’s pretty important your child has access to all its wonders when the time is right, of course. My son Oliver has just turned 5 and with my guidance, plays a few online games on the Cbeebies website and together we search YouTube for old Batman episodes and music videos he loves (Hello Pharell)!
I wasn't sure whether there was any point in having Oliver vaccinated when the offer first came through for a flu jab last year.
For those who follow this blog know, the last few years or more have seen me become a full time professional blogger.
I was actually going to name this post as 'The Americanisation of my son' with maybe the use of 'z' not 's' in Americansation to be, well a little ironic.
Life is always busy with two kids and a freelance career but I pride myself on having the children in a routine-not a super strict, crazy routine but a healthy one where dinner is at a similar time each night, where we sit down as a family to chat, laugh and sometimes shout (it's the Greek way of talking) before we start winding down for bedtime.