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  • Скушать шуршащую конфетку незаметно, так, чтобы дети не узнали, не увидели, не услышали - самое важное умение для родителей.

И не забыть качественно выкинуть фантик! Мои могут и из мусора вытащить и пойти ко мне претензии предъявлять. ⠀⠀
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Ну и подборка детских высказываний на этот счет начинается цитатой из Карлсона: ⠀⠀
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"Ах, мама! Так вот кто таскает мои плюшки". Это когда утром вместо пяти булочек осталось только три😊⠀⠀
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"Кто опять все печеньки съел? Мама, ты? Какая непослушная девочка! " ⠀⠀
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Эх, опять ты за свое! Я ж тебе говорил, не надо есть все подряд: хлеб, печеньки, чипсы!" ⠀⠀
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"Мама ты лопнешь! Дай лучше мне эту кофетку!"⠀
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"Надо делиться, ты разве не знаешь?"⠀⠀
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Это был Day 2 -Secret #folktaleweek2019 и мои #непридуманные_stories
  • Скушать шуршащую конфетку незаметно, так, чтобы дети не узнали, не увидели, не услышали - самое важное умение для родителей.

    И не забыть качественно выкинуть фантик! Мои могут и из мусора вытащить и пойти ко мне претензии предъявлять. ⠀⠀

    Ну и подборка детских высказываний на этот счет начинается цитатой из Карлсона: ⠀⠀

    "Ах, мама! Так вот кто таскает мои плюшки". Это когда утром вместо пяти булочек осталось только три😊⠀⠀

    "Кто опять все печеньки съел? Мама, ты? Какая непослушная девочка! " ⠀⠀

    Эх, опять ты за свое! Я ж тебе говорил, не надо есть все подряд: хлеб, печеньки, чипсы!" ⠀⠀

    "Мама ты лопнешь! Дай лучше мне эту кофетку!"⠀

    "Надо делиться, ты разве не знаешь?"⠀⠀

    Это был Day 2 -Secret #folktaleweek2019 и мои #непридуманные_stories
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Here are some Christmas/holiday books that we have in our shelves 📚 and we adore all of ‘em 🤩
  • Feeling the Christmas vibe already 🎄✨ Christmas is about togetherness, feeling loved and full of joy, and most importantly it’s to remind us about the most precious gift ever, the birth of Jesus Christ 😇
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    Here are some Christmas/holiday books that we have in our shelves 📚 and we adore all of ‘em 🤩
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  • reposting this bc a) i want to b) yesterday a large magazine company on instagram posted an illustration and it made me so angry. the illustration involved a girl with some typography beneath her saying: ‘what potential problem can i think about over and over?’. which is fine. The magazine chose to caption it ‘modern girls!’ which is not fine. anxiety is not ‘modern’. it is not fashionable. it is not a trend. it is shocking that i feel i have to say this. there is no doubt that impressionable young girls follow the page and for them to be fed information that encourages them to believe that overthinking situations makes you cool and up-to-date and hip is disgusting. putting that aspect aside, insinuating it is solely a female situation is gross. this notion that women overthink everything is already such a huge stereotype engrained within society. i think it’s ok to present a character of any gender within a scene but i think it’s a highly misthought move to pair it with such a caption. women are often told that their natural thought process is ‘too much’. women’s minds are all too frequently dismissed as feminine flaws. an account that has a large audience thinking it is okay to feed into this patronising, punishing and authoritative attitude is unbelievably damaging. who decides what’s an appropriate way for anyone to process information. why is it that men are rarely branded with this term as a form of belittlement but instead regarded as theorising. why can’t women be viewed in the same light more frequently. in the words of david shrigley, so very very angry. but hey, i’m probably just reading too much into it
  • reposting this bc a) i want to b) yesterday a large magazine company on instagram posted an illustration and it made me so angry. the illustration involved a girl with some typography beneath her saying: ‘what potential problem can i think about over and over?’. which is fine. The magazine chose to caption it ‘modern girls!’ which is not fine. anxiety is not ‘modern’. it is not fashionable. it is not a trend. it is shocking that i feel i have to say this. there is no doubt that impressionable young girls follow the page and for them to be fed information that encourages them to believe that overthinking situations makes you cool and up-to-date and hip is disgusting. putting that aspect aside, insinuating it is solely a female situation is gross. this notion that women overthink everything is already such a huge stereotype engrained within society. i think it’s ok to present a character of any gender within a scene but i think it’s a highly misthought move to pair it with such a caption. women are often told that their natural thought process is ‘too much’. women’s minds are all too frequently dismissed as feminine flaws. an account that has a large audience thinking it is okay to feed into this patronising, punishing and authoritative attitude is unbelievably damaging. who decides what’s an appropriate way for anyone to process information. why is it that men are rarely branded with this term as a form of belittlement but instead regarded as theorising. why can’t women be viewed in the same light more frequently. in the words of david shrigley, so very very angry. but hey, i’m probably just reading too much into it
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  • Walter Crane • "a strong wind blew Conrad's hat away" from 'The Goose Girl'
  • Walter Crane • "a strong wind blew Conrad's hat away" from 'The Goose Girl'
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  • Charles Keeping • cover detail from Rosemary Sutcliff's 'Warrior Scarlet'
  • Charles Keeping • cover detail from Rosemary Sutcliff's 'Warrior Scarlet'
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