This article in The Atlantic by Phoebe Maltz Bovy, “The ethical implications of parents writing about their children” is incredibly unforgiving of mother writers and bloggers. She sets the benchmark very low for the test of appropriateness with writing and it’s anything that may embarrass your children when they’re older. My god, I think the topic is way more nuanced… Read more →
Recently I was emailed by Proctor & Gamble wondering if I may be interested in posting something for International Women’s Day about the surveying they had just undertaken exploring “the changing face of motherhood”. Not changing quite fast enough. Here’s how they reported some of their findings to me: When it comes to helping out with childcare in the home,… Read more →
I admit to finding this blog parody, Seriously So Blessed quite funny but also rather mean-spirited, because poking fun at mummy blogs? Well, it’s a pretty soft target.