Welcome Dears,

 All my experience, ideas and learnings since becoming a Nan. Its like childhood all over again!

I’m sharing what I am learning about being a grandparent of boys. No intention to reinforce gender stereotypes but there are some irrefutable differences. I want to do a bit of myth busting and entertaining too. I write from my experiences, struggles, battles, laughter and love.

I worked hard for over 40 years and now I am dancing through life using knowledge and expertise when I can. I don’t ‘know it all’ but I can share the challenges of my new and favourite role, one given to me by my (much smarter and more creative) daughter.  These are either my views or ones i have highjacked from others who I have met and admired on the way…

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Here's what I've figured out so far...

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Boys bits baffle
Boyology

Boys bits baffle

12 Aug 2019By nanhoodadmin 0

Talking  about boys ‘equipment’ I was born of a woman. I am a woman. I gave birth to what is now a beautiful strong woman....

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Washing his Boyological bits
Boyology

Washing his Boyological bits

02 Sep 2019By nanhoodadmin 0

Novice Nanhood thoughts As a novice Nanny of a boy I was stumped when it came to cleansing. How do you clean him?  His face,...

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Terrible Twos are a myth
Health & Snot

Terrible Twos are a myth

07 Oct 2019By nanhoodadmin 0

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Getting Poo n the Pan
Boyology

Getting Poo n the Pan

30 Sep 2019By nanhoodadmin 0

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Learning to love books
Playtime

Learning to love books

12 Aug 2019By nanhoodadmin 0

Reading reading reading. At first it was totally and utterly unclear what and when to start reading to the babies. They did not know what...

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Boyology comes in all shapes and sizes

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Feed the Parents
Munch & Mess

Feed the Parents

12 Aug 2019By nanhoodadmin 0

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The rude awakening of newborn nappy changing

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Mission Impossible  achieved
Playtime

Mission Impossible  achieved

30 Sep 2019By nanhoodadmin 0

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