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On every formal visit a child ought to be of the party by way of provision for discourse. – Jane Austen


Almost three years ago the kiddo was not just a shy six-year old but one throwing tantrums (whether at home or the mall, or everywhere really) at the slightest provocation. It required specialist advice upsetting savings meant for overseas holidays. While sorting that out I read one of my favorite authors. On chapter six of Sense and Sensibility I came across a line that made me pause to look for a pen and underline it.  It was a delight to find Jane Austen’s thoughts on children and their communication development.

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