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But how do they learn without school or sit down lessons? Through LIVING. Now I understand this is a hard concept to understand in the beginning, so I will break it down over several blog posts with more specific examples.  Today, this little guy provided us with just one of the examples of how learning…

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  Asher Jane has completed her first trip around the sun. The year flew by and sweet girl, you were worth the wait. You are an absolute joy.  You delight everyone you meet and we can’t help but wonder how many times you’ve been here before.  You are just so stoked to be alive. 😊…

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Here’s what it’s like getting “socialised” without school ……it looks like real life. ➖ The children and the adults intentionally make friends and hang out with people they like as much as they want, whenever they want. ➖ Just like real life. ➖ The children and adults build relationships with people of all different ages….

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This banana bread is YUMMO!  Even my fussy 5 year old ate it…….and she’s not a fan of…..well……most things. 😉 This is actually a bit of twist on Donna Hay’s Banana bread recipe which has been converted for the Thermomix by the wonderful MrsDplus3.  You can find her original converted recipe with all purpose flour…

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  Traditionally, obedient children, meant good parenting………the aim was to train children/people to make life as easy as possible for the adults around them for the most part.  There was also some outdated idea that children need to be punished in order to ‘learn to be good people’ and ‘being good people’ again, meant obeying immediately…

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