Can the lack of family photos on our walls affect our child’s development?

As more families store their precious memories on their phones instead of their walls, new research explores how an absence of these physical prints could impact children’s sense of self

‘Build memories — and if you manage to get them printed too, great.’ Photo: Getty Images

Kate Demolder

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Parents not printing family photos could be impacting children’s early development, or so says new research from Epson Europe, which reveals the positive impact printed photos around the home have on children.

According to the report, over nine in 10 (91%) parents believe that being surrounded by images of family helps children to build a strong sense of belonging and place.

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