A Parent Is Born
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A Parent Is Born

The Terrific Toddler Tongue Twisters

Saying words the three-year-old way

Photo by Stephen Andrews on Unsplash

My toddler has a very English accent.

I’d like to think she spent many of her early days around a lot of English people but, that has most certainly not been the case.

Considering I am South African born and still have 75% of my accent after 20 years living on/off in the UK, I can only think…




Because the moment a child is born, a parent is born, too.

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Stacey B

Stacey B

Natural born healer. Life-long learner. Intuitive, empath sharing the necessary. Short, creative stories offering perspective. Proud single mama to one.

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