A whānau affair
As someone who grew up without the reo and always wished I had it, it’s easy to feel envious of those who’ve had it all their lives. I always think how different my life would’ve been growing up in a whānau where going to kōhanga reo and kura was the norm.
And I can’t imagine being anything but totally grateful for that nurturing.
But that’s not always the case, as I found out from talking with Eli Smith.
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