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Twelve Year Old Interviews his 32 Year Old Self - Clever

<a href="/blogs/2012/07/06/twelve-year-old-interviews-his-32-year-old-self-clever">Twelve Year Old Interviews his 32 Year Old Self - Clever</a>

32 year old Jeremiah McDonald interviews his 12 year old self, or is it the other way around? Watch and be enthralled. When Jeremiah was 12 he videoed himself asking questions of his older self. His "older self" has now made a short film (less than 4 minutes) participating in that interview. Suitable for all ages but the phrase "what the hell" does make one appearance. Read full article

Parenthood Can be Very Funny

<a href="/blogs/lynnjenkins/2012/05/15/parenthood-can-be-very-funny">Parenthood Can be Very Funny</a>

Parenthood can be very funny. These little people we are helping to become big people can come out with some funny things, especially when they are learning to talk. My personal favourites from my kids are: “where are my gubbles (GOGGLES)?” “look at that man’s mooshraka (MOUSTACHE)" “I love wearing chiuauas (TIARAS) on my head" Then there’s the toilet humour. Read full article

Stephane Pois, a Gourmet Pied Piper Inspiring Children

<a href="/blogs/carolduncan/2011/05/30/stephane-pois-a-gourmet-pied-piper-inspiring-children">Stephane Pois, a Gourmet Pied Piper Inspiring Children</a>

Today I saw something wonderful. And unexpected. My kids know about real food. Fresh food. They don't think cakes come from packet mix because Mum says if you're going to have chocolate cake, have a real one. They know how to make dumplings. They've had chooks in their backyard (and will have them again when I build a proper pen ... long story) ... Today at the farmers' market we met Stephane Pois. Read full article