Keep it clean for our grannies

This year I’ve given a range of Homemade Kids talks in Stoke Newington (London), Cardiff and most recently at the Isbourne Holistic Centre in Cheltenham (pic here of organiser, Kate, at Cheltenham’s famous hare and minotaur sculpture).

Learning curve
What a lot a speaker learns at every venue – including the tantalising possibility of joining a course for laughter yoga…

Leaving venues can be telling too – at Cheltenham train station there’s graffiti in the ladies’ loo that reads “wash nan in sink“. Irresistible!

Also here’s a link to a piece in Families West about how to be a local hero – written by me for their May/June issue. BTW being a local hero is ever so easy if you happen to have a very young child. Hopefully the habit then sticks…

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