We did not tell our parents that we were bored - because then we would have had to help in the household.
Nobody gave us any tips on how to engage, so we had to be creative ourselves.
Stones or pine cones became living creatures in our imagination. Sofa stretching to horse saddles. And our stuffed animals to patients of the veterinary practice.
Free play has shaped our identity and allowed us to discover what we really love to do, and where our talents lie.
Today, children have to learn that partly the hard way.
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