This morning, whilst getting ready to head out for a home education event, Mina, our six-year-old, schooled me in business because of this one question.
I wanted to share something that just happened with our two-year-old, Leonardo, before I forget: I was just in another room and heard Leonardo scratch his sister. She complained to him and then there was quiet. A minute later, he comes into my room with a sad face, looking down […]
A simple Google Maps hack to finding places to take the kids and a great activity to amuse them indoors, using tissue paper, string and a plastic toy.
Anyone in London on the 5th Jan? We are hosting our first meet up! (p.s. it’s free, of course!). We’re hoping to meet other world / home schooling families, so if that’s you and it sounds like fun, please join us! Here’re all the details: https://facebook.com/events/2406585239567332
We’re not a family of early risers. Let me change that; Little Master is: He loves practising his burgeoning vocabulary of grunts, plosives and sirens in tandem with the sun’s daily ascension, whilst also working on his little back-fist, elbow, kicking and kneeing techniques, using Daddy as his training partner.
Question: you have a 5-year-old, you’re in Grenada in Spain, and you want to wander round some churches; how do you keep the child entertained? Turns out the answer is simpler than I’d have thought: Give them their own audio guide! Bimbling round Grenada on our first full day, we’d […]
Our first driving adventure in Puglia is now finished and went back to Ischia, the beautiful island where I’m from. We went out for a walk and everywhere I could smell the beautiful Jasmine, reminding me of our very recent trip, and inspired me to write a post. It may be because […]
Certainly, one thing I, actually We (I’m pretty sure I can talk for My Love too on this one) have been learning, when traveling with our adorable little ones, is that we must take our time, to get anything done and to go anywhere. Baby world has a completely different […]