There's been a bit of a storm in the mummy blogging world in recent weeks with that Mumsnet thread. I spent a couple of hours the other night reading through the comments, and while some of them were uncalled for (many of them have been removed now), I kind of understood where people were coming … Continue reading Finding my blogging feet
On Saturday I took Molly to a very British tea party at our local mosque. It was held to counteract the vile English Defence League march that was being held in Birmingham city centre that day. It was organised by the Birmingham Central Mosque and the West Midlands Crime Commissioner, and all were welcome. When … Continue reading A Tea Party at the Mosque and a Viral post
I joined Facebook in 2009 and, like most people, became instantly hooked. What was this shiny new blue wonderland to explore? Do you mean to say I can spy on people and pass judgment without them knowing? And what the hell is poking? I quickly began adding friends and searching for people I hadn't seen … Continue reading Is Facebook as addictive and dangerous as a drug?