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Why a slow childhood is good for parents too

Author Helen Hayward shared her love of the exhilarating freedom afforded by a good playground swing in Good Weekend on Saturday.

It’s a gorgeous piece and it’s emblematic of this central theme in Helen’s new book, A Slow Childhood: to try to find joy in even the smallest, seemingly mundane acts of parenting. It’s a challenge but one worth embracing.

For more like this, the book is onsale now.






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