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Emily and her wheelchair

“Mummy, why is this doll sitting in this chair?” My 4 year old asked me this holding Emily in his hand. I stared at him, surprised that I still had never taken the time to teach him that there are people who can’t walk, and others who can’t talk or who are simply not the same as him.

Tips for having happier kids

What's the secret for happier kids? The first thing that may come to mind is to give them everything they want, but the only thing that really gets you is momentary happiness rather than deep happiness, which is only achieved through teaching and affection. Children are a true reflection of their parents, which is why it is fundamental for our behaviour to set an example that our children can follow starting day one. It is essential to work on all these areas for the first 6 years of life to create a blueprint for their future behaviour and values.

Toys that encourage sportsmanship

Playing sport regularly instils many values in our children as they grow up, through good practices and positive examples. One of the primary values that they learn from the very first day is sportsmanship.