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Is ham meat?
A little six-year-old friend who visits my house, sometimes helps me make pizza’s. That’s what we did yesterday. She is very accomplished, has opinions on many things and has now graduated from needing to stand on a kitchen chair to being able to reach … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Life, People, Relationships, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged Children, Cooking, Ham, Learning, Meat, Pizza, Vegetarian 3 Comments
I have just read a couple of amazing emails written (to their grandparents who are overseas) by a six and a half-year old and nine-year old. Articulate, precise and full of genuine engagement and fun, these emails (not so long ago, would have been … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Life, People, Relationships, Uncategorized Tagged Children, Education, Kids, Learning, reading, School, Survival, Trust, writing Leave a comment
On Motherhood and Disability . . .
Last week I was fortunate to attend a writing / book event in Melbourne. Margaret Drabble appeared in person at the ‘Wheelers Centre’. I guess the tour was part of a promotion for her newest book called ‘The Pure Gold Baby’ released … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Life, People, Relationships, Uncategorized Tagged Children, Disability, Judgement, Margaret Drabble, Motherhood, Parenting, Special Needs, writing 4 Comments
A little friend goes to school. . .
A little friend who lives in our street is about to embark on a very big adventure. She starts school for the very first time this week. Yesterday, she arrived at our house, all decked out in her new school … Continue reading
Posted in Education, Life, People, Relationships, Uncategorized Tagged Change, Children, Family, Grandparents, Love, Parents, Prep school, Protection, School teachers, Starting school, Uniforms 5 Comments