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I confess I love Facebook. I try to limit myself to 2 quick scrolls daily but invariably my eye is caught by a cute baby or a motivational quote or something a friend has ‘liked’....

When are you going back to work? Are you back part time or full time? What will you do with the baby? Will you send him to nursery or do you have other childcare available? Have you discussed your flexible working application with your boss...

“I hope this doesn’t upset you but I think we should book you in for a caesarean section.” Surely the sweetest sentence in the English Language! Let me elaborate…. The day after my first child was born I read my hospital notes and emblazoned across the front...

“The dreaded chicken pox has hit our house!” “Typical! Chicken Pox for the holidays!” “Great! I have a spotty child- How long will it take for he spots to go?” “When will this end!!!!!! FML!!!”...

There has been a vigorous campaign lately to teach British Sign Language (BSL) in schools. This is a subject I feel quite passionately about....

For most of my adult life I’ve worked with deaf people from nursery age up to adulthood. The job entails letting a deaf person know what is being taught or being said around them....

Oh the times they are a changing! I’ve been teaching babysign for many years now and in the immortal words of Bob Dylan…The times they are a changing…...