‘I want to be pregnant!’ This phrase alone was enough to capture my attention, but the fact that it was being projected from the mouth of a Year Two student towards her group of friends during play time at lunch in the playground caught me somewhat off guard. Her seven-year-old friends began to argue then … Continue reading Loss of Innocence
A Woeful Wednesday
I was running before I ended the phone call. For the last half an hour I had been occupied with a group of ten excited and eager Year Seven boys who were trying their handing at ‘pulling’ an Ultimate Disc (think throwing an old school Frisbee). We had just finished a warm up activity and they … Continue reading A Woeful Wednesday
Getting It Right
Many times in both educational and parenting circles, we hear talk of how important it is to develop resilience in our youth to see them through the challenging times. It is an essential ingredient in the fight to combat the epidemic of anxiety and depression that seems to plague our teens. Yet from both a … Continue reading Getting It Right
The Positive Side To Having Two Houses
I have spent years feeling guilty. Guilty for making my eldest three children live two distinct lives, at two different houses. Guilty that they have to traipse themselves and all their belongings between the two places, and negotiate with two sets of parents all the rules and regulations at each location. Guilty that nothing is … Continue reading The Positive Side To Having Two Houses
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