FAMILIES IN NORTH AMERICA. A long time ago. Mom, Dad, and kid(s). And Now. FAMILY!. Inuit Families. Inuit Children are part of a Larger Family. Being a family is more than just having parents.
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Mom, Dad, and kid(s)
Being a family is more than just having parents
For the Inuit Families are the people that you spend time with, who you share food, and shelter with
Because of this most children have adopted siblings or have siblings that were given in adoption to others in the community
This larger family structure also means that children have lots of family, young and old, to spend time with.
Tagalog children live in barrios not towns or cities.
They are kind of like villages or big neighbourhoods.
But the whole barrio can be like a big family
Cooking and washing are done outside so everyone sees everyone else a lot!
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