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  1. phoebe.davis@core-ed.ac.nz' Phebs says:

    Talofa Shannon 

    Thank you for sharing your Story and your journey as a parent.

    Nei rā ngā mihi rangarira kia koe

     

  2. Te Mihinga says:

    Nei rā ngā kupu whakamiha ki a koe me tō kōrua kaha ki te whakatupu tika i ngā kōrua tamariki nō Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa!

    You are setting an awesome example for a lot of whānau and parents on how to give our tamariki the best opportunities that suits them. Multiculturalism at its finest! And even better, I'd love to be at your whānau gatherings for a hākari :)

    Thank you for sharing e hoa

  3. helen.cooper@core-ed.org' Helen says:

    Kia ora Shannon, a beautiful story, beautifully told. A gift to others that is quite inspiring. Thank you for sharing. You are amazing!

  4. maria.tibble@core-ed.ac.nz' Maria Tibble says:

    E te wahine maia

    Nei rā nga mihi maioha ki a koe me tō whānau e whai ana i te ara tika mō koutou, kia whakahonore ngā whakapapa katoa ahakoa no hea.  Ka rawe. Beautifully written and such an insight for me in to the beauty and challenges of raising a multi-cultural family.  How wonderful for your tamariki, to stand tall in all their whakapapa connections.  Tau kē, e te tuahine.

  5. elizabeth.craker@core-ed.org' Elizabeth Craker says:

    Thanks for sharing your personal journey with us Shannon. I think your kids are so fortunate to identify with such a rich cultural background that is so nurtured by you both at home and beyond.

  6. Ngaire Shepherd-Wills says:

    I loved reading this blog post Shannon. Thank you for sharing your family journey! 

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