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[*] Post 468921 posted on 8-1-2013 at 23:46 Reply With Quote
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[*] Post 468929 posted on 9-1-2013 at 01:00 Reply With Quote


What's wrong with parents? If they can't feed their kids properly, welfare should step in! It sounds like another abrogation of responsibility! confused2
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[*] Post 468941 posted on 9-1-2013 at 04:36 Reply With Quote


They were running a scheme like that in Wales a few years ago, voluntary with the schools, Iím not sure if they still do. My childrenís school never did it but we had one set of foster children that went to a school that did.
Before they came to us the only regular food they got was these breakfasts and school dinners.
They never got out of the eagerness to get to school early just for the breakfasts, even though we always insisted they had breakfast with us at home, and would tuck away what we considered a large bowl of cereal then toast and still eager to get to school for more. They certainly looked a lot healthier within a few weeks.
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