Monthly Archives: June 2012

Adventures with a baby 2: Wiggleworms

Once upon a time I scoffed at parents who took their babies to music classes. ‘Hothousing idiots,’ I thought. ‘Why would you try to force a baby to learn music when they can barely move their hands?’ And then I … Continue reading

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Things I miss about Britain no. 7: mini milks

What is a mini milk? It is not ice cream. It is not sorbet. Its texture is denser than sorbet, more icy than ice cream. It comes in a minimalist three flavours – vanilla, strawberry and chocolate – all of … Continue reading

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Chicago in books: board books

A few months ago, baby A was insisting on having her first nap of the day sleeping against my chest, and one of the few things I could do was read. So I read Granta 108, the Chicago issue, which … Continue reading

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