Tag Archives: playground politics

One Desolate Housewife, Desperate to Belong

Another parent blogger recently wrote about how local parents have ostracised her child from the neighbourhood peer group. He’s a victim, she thinks, of “the parenting wars”; these parents blame his any tiny incidents of less than perfect behaviour on … Continue reading

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What Clued-Up Mothers Know

Not quite sure where this comes from, certainly not the mums I know best, who seem lovely. Probably the darkest corner of Self, as usual. Please take with abundant salt. Some Things Clued-up Mothers Know, while knowing better than to … Continue reading

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Uber-mums and social climbers

Lot of airwave chatter about at the moment about primary school playground politics – the mums. (Woman’s Hour, today and yesterday.) Or maybe – no doubt – it’s just my oversensitive antennae picking up on it, being a playground newbie … Continue reading

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