As I am always looking at mothers and their babies I saw a mother walking with her child in a push chair. The mother was walking in an awkward way, bent forward like a triangle. It really wasn’t a sight of beauty. My thoughts went back to the many occasions in public schools where I as a health visitor taught […]
To be twins is a certain kind of being together even when far apart!
Six years ago my beloved mother died in October. What I had feared as a child just happened. She said every autumn, that she had taken “the last Rose of the summer” from the garden. She was a rose herself. Always thinking about us her children and keeping her correspondence with many people all over family and friends. If she didn’t […]
To encourage your child to be able to express wishes will inevitably support his confidence.
German troops invaded Denmark in April 1940 and continued to occupy the country for the following five years. Before the war began the Danish government had been unwise to cut defence spending. Hence the people were ill-equipped to defend themselves. How they were to rue the desperate situation that followed. Recently, I read of a true hero from that time, […]
I met a beautiful young woman recently outside my training centre. She was happily married and was enjoying her work as a newly educated staff nurse. I was so thrilled to see that her life had turned out so well. My thoughts went twelve years back. My youngest son had been placed in a home for mentally ill young people after […]
Spejling er essential for samhørighed og indlæring af færdigheder på alle områder af livet.
Grunden til en god døgnrytme til tryghed og evnen til at mærke om man er mæt eller sulten lægges i de to første måneder.
I received an exciting invitation a few weeks ago, from a violinist at the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Attending concerts regularly by chance I happened to get to know one of the violinist in the orchestra. We shared Facebook addresses and our friendship grew, We would talk during the concert intervals, sometimes leaning over the rail from our seats. Ludmila […]
The other night I attended a classical concert in our fine concert hall of the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra. The conductor was a young Spanish musician playing percussion until two years ago in the famous Koncertgebouw orchestra in Amsterdam. He was so keen on studying the scores so always when playing his role as a percussionist he would thoroughly study […]