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I ask my kids some questions about what they think it’s like to be an adult

I ask my kids some questions about what they think it’s like to be an adult Sometimes being an adult is extremely hard and no fun at all. We had a day this past weekend which was definitely one of those fun-free days. It started at 5pm with a trip… Read More »I ask my kids some questions about what they think it’s like to be an adult

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My kids answer some questions about school

My kids answer some questions about school This post contains an affiliate link, click here for my full disclosure policy. My four kids go to three different schools which inevitably means I miss out on some important piece of information or the due date for payment on a school trip… Read More »My kids answer some questions about school

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I ask my Kids some Questions about Friendship

I ask my Kids some Questions about Friendship Friendship is one of the most important aspects of the lives of our kids. Their mood and whether their day goes well or not often all hinges on it. I decided to sit each of my children down individually to ask them… Read More »I ask my Kids some Questions about Friendship

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My kids answer some questions about living on a Deserted Island

My kids answer some questions about living on a Deserted Island In my previous post where I asked my kids some questions about the future I learned some interesting things, not only about my children but about the world in general. For example, I discovered that I would be the… Read More »My kids answer some questions about living on a Deserted Island

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My kids answer some questions about the future.

My kids answer some questions about the future. Usually it’s the parent that answers all the questions: the eeeeeeendless “WHY?” questions when they are three, the more complicated meaning-of-life questions when they are 10, that you answer with “Ask Daddy/Mummy” (whichever one you’re not), and the “will you fetch me… Read More »My kids answer some questions about the future.