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Fun Family Activities – Golf Ball Painting

This fun, colorful activity is something that everyone in the family can try.  Whether you are 3 or 93, it is simple and everyone will proudly create a unique masterpiece.

We call it golf ball painting.   […]

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If you don’t control children, they will grow up out of control… Right?

Post finished… ha ha!

Before we go any further I need to make a few distinctions…

Discipline refers to guiding, modelling, teaching, leading and encouraging.
Punishment refers to penalising, humiliating, inflicting harm, or chastising.

There is so much fear […]

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Adena Graham

About 20 months ago, my husband and I stopped eating meat. This process towards a different way of eating was very piecemeal. I’d studied Animal Welfare Law at university when I was 20. Having […]

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Teaching Our Kids to Dress Themselves

Let’s face it. It’s hard to let go, and even just the vaguest thought of them learning to fend for themselves is enough to give us parents a serious case of empty nest syndrome, and […]