nativity

When the parent mail pounced on my inbox, I sighed.  “Reception Nativity Costumes”, it said. Of course, many reception parents
When the parent mail pounced on my inbox, I sighed.  “Reception Nativity Costumes”, it said. Of course, many reception parents
A kids’ nativity play took a hilarious twist when a toddler dressed up as a sheep decided to rewrite the Christmas story
Every child deserves to be given the same opportunities in life, the same chances to find their unique talent, to enjoy something for them, not because their parents push them into the limelight and then take credit for their achievements. As a parent we are biologically programmed to be proud of our children for any achievement.
As I am past the stage of attending school nativity plays, it may be safe (just) for me to reflect on this hectic and stressful, yet utterly wonderful, event in the primary school calendar. I've put together my top 10, very tongue in cheek, observations of the school nativity.
It is entirely possible that sometime in the next month or so you might venture into a church. It may be a concert that tempts
There were lots of folks in South Tau ... sorry, Nazareth, that evening so it's surprising they didn't see or hear the angel