How to make the Easter weekend count

The Easter Weekend is here and, for many families, this is an opportunity for at least four days of quality time together. Phemelo Motene chats to Nikki Bush, creative parenting expert, about how to make that time count.

There are so many simple pleasures that i think we have forgotten in the face of high tech and in the face of speed.

Nikki Bush, creative parenting expert

She said if you have young children, creating new and fun stuff to do can be exciting.

Listen below to this insightful interview about different ways to make the Easter Weekend fun:


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