Since their Dad’s office has been moved to Bantayan island (6 hours away from us), we try to visit him every couple of months. The Attilas’ school has been very understanding, giving us all the homework we would need so the kids won’t feel left behind when they’ll resume school.
Mornings are the best times to go out and explore, so we have our special office hours.
Out from 7 to 11. Lunch, and studying all afternoon.
Conclusion: more family time, greater flexibility, and last but not least, the kids get to learn within the context of real life. Teaching them how to count with sea shells, reading by the shadow of palm trees while sipping buko juice, not all schools can provide this kind of standards …
Our contract in the beautiful Philippines is up to June, and we’ll may work in a slightly colder country after so Carpe Diem!
How about you? What does your Morning look like ?