A busy blind mum with two sighted small boys and a visuallyimpaired husband. Sharing stuff you won’t find in any of the parenting books.
Parties and Ladybirds
Emma and Robin discuss parenting in public at kids’ parties. And Tadhg draws Robin’s attention to a tiny shiny creature.
Look at me, I’m in the tree!
Have you ever looked completely ridiculous whilst saving your cherub from certain disaster? Does your little one have an intolerance to dairy? If so, this one’s for you. If not, you might enjoy it anyway.
It’s episode four of the podcast which talks about the bits of parenting with little or no sight that you’ll never find in any parenting book. I’m joined again by Robin, otherwise known as the husband, or even Low Vision dad!
Do the kids know they can see more than us?
Spoiler alert, probably.
If all medication cardboard sleeves have Braille on them. Why then does Emma have weird and wonderful ways of figuring out which medication bottle is which?
What did Robin ’learn when he took the little one cycling for the first time?
And how many things can one family do with the smart speaker?
Join us at our dining table for episode three. And we’d really love to hear your feedback. What would you like us to talk about next?
Safety, sniff tests and a singing horse
Why do blind parents need bungs? Plus, baby proofing, managing medicine, sniff tests, and what’s the loudest toy in our house?
Emma and Robin leave the kids with auntie Gilly to record another unedited ramble about parenting with little or no sight. We are reliably informed that two dirty nappies were changed during the making of this podcast.
Welcome, beware of splashback
On our first podcast , Emma and Robin talk poo, preconceptions and accepting help.