We know that children find it difficult to share their problems, even with family members who they can trust. Sometimes worry takes over and even the smallest of things turn into very big dramas for little minds.

Also, we know that due to busy life and modern technology families rarely find the time to eat meals at the table and even if they do, it is difficult to really communicate. 

 

This story uses an imaginative twist on the metaphor of ‘Elephant in the room’ to convey worries our children may be holding back from sharing - showing us how mealtimes in particular can be the perfect time to address those daily worries, learn more about our children and create magical family memories.

Elephants in the Custard, by Samuel Langley-Swain

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