Some interesting reads to liven up your weekend.
“Naturally as parents we want to provide our kids with the best start in life. If a little is good, we think more is better, or is it?
We enrol them in endless activities. And fill every space in their rooms with educational books, devices and toys with the average western child having in excess of 150 toys. With so much stuff children become blinded and overwhelmed with choice.”
This comic is great.
This is good for younger ones too.
“His is not just a gentle voice; for many people, it’s a very familiar one, too. For 25 years, Francois Clemmons played a role on the beloved children’s program Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Clemmons joined the cast of the show in 1968, becoming the first African-American to have a recurring role on a kids TV series.”