Welcome to episode seven of the Slouching towards Thatcham podcast, bringing you the voices behind your favourite parent blogs.
Every week a fellow blogger joins me to talk about one of their favourite posts and read it in their own voice. It’s as simple as that: bite-sized chunks of blogging brilliance!
This week’s guest is mum-of-one Sian from the blog Potty Mouthed Mummy.
On the podcast Sian reads her post Calling my son a girl, about breaking free from the constraints of gender stereotypes. Does it matter if her son has a pink toy, or does it say more about people who pass comment about it?
You can follow Sian on her blog Potty Mouthed Mummy, on Twitter @pottymouthedmum and also on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
My post for this week touches on a similar theme, looking back to a time when Isaac’s favourite colour was pink.
Pretty in pink describes his all-encompassing love of the colour and how this display of innocence was something to be celebrated while it lasted and mourned when it eventually passed.
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