15 July 2016, by We Are Family
Five years old, the books tell me, is an age when my daughter is not going to be that interested in her life history and experience tells me that’s true. But it is also the age when children start noticing the world around me, hence the various conversations I have had in recent months around the theme of “my child was asking why your daughter doesn’t have a daddy. What should I tell them?”
22 January 2016, by We Are Family
Here it is! Everything you ever wanted to know about the blog in 2015!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
04 January 2016, by We Are Family
I have not always been okay with my lack of memory; it used to create an unsettling lack of self. I didn’t know who I was, because I didn’t have the tools to deal with all the bad things in my childhood. And in my respected, academic family it was preferred to sweep it under the carpet and uphold the illusion of a well-functioning family.
03 April 2015, by We Are Family
Forgive my bluntness, and I'm sorry this blog won't be more entertaining but I'm desperate for information so I've come here to get it off my chest and let it all hang out…
We brought our beautiful three year old daughter home 2 years ago as a 13 month old baby and were informed she was the youngest of five (to our knowledge) siblings and half siblings dotted around the country. All have the same biological mother but apparently (again - to our knowledge) one of them may well also have the same biological father making this a full sibling.
06 February 2015, by We Are Family
Apart from the beautiful early blooming daffodils, I have another big reason to be cheerful this week - the confirmation that our son has just been accepted into the school of our choice. A school where I am pretty certain he is going to be happy, inspired, challenged, educated and stimulated, and which he is certainly ready for.