Monthly Archives: September 2015

No more bored games – review of Aladdin’s Flying Carpet

Our five-year-old is a little obsessed with games. Board games, card games, dice games, domino games, memory games… we’ve covered them all. We’ve exhausted the local charity shops and got through all the Happy Meal freebies a friend donated; our pre-kid collection of classics Kerplunk, Twister and Buckaroo have long since been disembowelled - mechanisms…
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A tribute to looked after children for their resilience

Guest blogger Anna Bianchi is a creative activist, writer, workshop teacher and change guide, as well as a grandmother with a 4-year-old grandson who is exploring female gender identity. Anna's last post exploring supporting her grandson's gender identity expression through courageous parenting created quite a bit of debate. Here, in her second blog post, Anna…
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