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1950s HOUSEWIFE IN KITCHEN HAVING HUSBAND TASTE FOOD ON STOVE

Honey, I’m Home

Posted on 19th July, 2012 | Find this under Featured, Well Being

Following on from Erin Kelly’s feature about the strain on personal relationships that having kids can bring, Max Barua gives her own view on the couple dynamic I used to love old Fifties films when I was younger. The housewife would flutter about with a feather duster in her pastel peep-toe heels, and when her [...]

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Girl carrying basket of laundry

Should you pay your kids to help at home?

Posted on 3rd July, 2012 | Find this under Featured, The Big Debate

Liz Fraser ponders the kids versus chores dilemma and explains why it’s important for their life skills that they learn to muck in early My nine-year-old son had a friend round for tea after school last week. When they’d finished creating a fish-fingers-and-peas installation on the floor they declared their meal to be finished. My [...]

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