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. . . Balaton-felvidéki Nemzeti Park (Uplands National Park) Day two of our sailing adventure started very well indeed- Everyone woke at 8. Hurray, we got a lie-in! (Did you miss part 1? Just click here. ) The sun was high, there was a pleasant breeze and the boat was gently swaying on its anchors. […]
. . This summer we had planned a long stay with my parents in Hungary, where it get very hot, with high UV radiation. Both Littlins have sensitive skin, so I have to choose the sun cream very well. They have had some nasty rashes before from some brands. In gearing up for the summer […]
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. . I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein How can we ensure that we nurture the imagination of the next generation? . . .
. . Now I know not everyone will want to start potty train at 6 months, like I did. So I asked Emma, the Real Supermum (http://therealsupermumblog.com) to share her tips for potty training in this guest post. Emma is mum to 6 children, yes you read it right SIX children aged 1, 2, 3, 8, […]
– We are a multilingual family, not even bilingual, but trilingual. This means we usually have three languages flying around in the house at any one time- English, Hungarian and Dutch. My mother tongue is Hungarian, Oh-so-lovely-Daddy is Dutch and neither of us speaks the other’s language, so we speak English. We met, married and […]
– Turning off the garden tap I had to jump… because a little green frog jumped out from just beside my hand. I resisted the urge to scream (thinking of having to set a positive example), then quickly summoned the Littlins. They were over joyed that by the sight. Little Man, as always, wanted to […]
– A guest post by Vivien Sabel – “In the words of Nikki Graham of Big Brother fame I hear you cry, “Who is she?” Well I’m Vivien Sabel, a mother, stepmother and at 42 a grandmother to the wonderful Z. In addition, I am a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, researcher, writer and at present wannabe author. […]
– This is the question Danielle Smith asked on Strollerderby (babbleblogs). And I found myself pondering exactly this same question – “Is it appropriate?”- during the news coverage of the recent horrific events in Norway (the bomb attack in Oslo and shooting spree on Utoeya island claiming 76 innocent lives on 22nd July) : The family was […]