It’s the end of year and the time begs reflection. As I wake up this morning, for once I am
We decided to drive all the way from London to Lisbon as we left our family home at the end
The clock is ticking and in just under 10 days we will start the process of moving countries. Exciting, scary,
I am not sure I feel like that a lot. I always find something I can do. A way of
This week, it was Baby S’ birthday. 4 years old. So much and so little all in one. Amidst these
I like to believe patience generates patience. In a virtuous circle, we all become more patient. Patience is a virtue, a talent, and an outcome of hard work. And it can be contagious if one even wants to use such word in such day and age.
Success can be mesmerizing some times. Especially when parenting. As I try to find out what works, one thing I know for sure. Patience.
Last week, we went on yet another family adventure. This one ranks high in the list of innovative in terms
Sometimes I wonder where time goes. I wake up and see myself with 2 weeks to go back to London
Taking a break is most of the time not really a break. You fit on a schedule, you try to please everyone, you can’t face no guilt.
After we decided to give Little Girl C an allowance, it was unclear what the next steps would be. Now, we had our large item purchase.
14 days to go till end of year. 9 trading days to be precise. 3 days of work left for me. Last real weekend finished. Why is Christmas so hard?
As Baby S is back on antibiotics, my world stops spinning. I can’t think of nothing else. It would not be honest of me to do that.
Guilt is not a thing of the past. No matter how much men lean in, women emancipate, different models of marriage appear, guilt is permanent.
It is only when they truly lean in some tasks that are truly indifferent to be done by men or women that then we will have equal opportunities to spend time doing what we love – whether that includes the kids or not.