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Why you should embrace unplugged play - for ALL ages

It’s undeniable, childhood now looks nothing like we remember. Mud pies, forts and neighbourhood games have been replaced with iPads, Playstations and Gaming.

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How to create healthy, happy, food-loving kids : Tribal Food and Fussy Eaters

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You lovingly prepare a nutritious, yummy meal and your child says, ‘Yuk, I don’t like it!’ Thud. Your head lands on the table. Devastated, bemused and desperate, you resort to scare tactics: ‘You need to eat broccoli, it prevents cancer!’ And if that doesn’t work, there’s the emotional blackmail: ‘Kids are starving in Africa, you know. They’d love to eat this meal, I’m sure.’ Then the big guns – the threatening bribe: ‘There’ll be no ice-cream if you don’t eat your lettuce!’

The well-intention parent Gareth Vanderhope

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Lunchbox Legend

It’s a bit of a palooza, the lunchbox thing. Pre-school mamas are experts at packing up little snack sized, energy rich morsels for their little ones to nibble on.  Little finger-foody, healthy, raw yummies to keep their bubbas happy and entertained.  Nothing fixes the supermarket whinges like a mini compartment snack box, right? But what to do when it is time to send your kid off to school?  What do you need to think about?  Does the lunchbox-fashion-du-jour matter as much at school as it did at daycare?  Is it okay to send them along with their old and serviceable Peppa Pig box?  Should you insulate?