Mummy is Having a ‘Yellow Day’, Thanks for Asking

Mummy is Having a ‘Yellow Day’, Thanks for Asking

The Telegraph ~ February 27th, 2016 | Moments after I had given birth to my third child, my husband handed me my mobile phone. Our eldest son, Hector, three, was calling. “How are you, Mummy?” he asked. “How are you feeling?” He wasn’t being polite. He was genuinely interested in my emotional state. “Happy,” I replied. “I’m excited about introducing you to your new brother.”

It’s his nursery’s fault. His teachers are encouraging children as young as two-and-a-half to talk openly about their moods and emotions. As a result, Hector is constantly asking me if I’m happy or sad. He tells me if something or someone upsets him (often with tear-jerking honesty) and when his younger brother, Alfie, two, steals his Lego, he will admit that he wants to “smash and bash” him. I take this as my cue to intervene.

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