French proud Mum and wife, restless explorer and doer freshly landed in Hanoi. One Attila in each arm, I am exploring the “kids friendly” corners of the region, while trying to keep some room for Me.
After a decade of humanitarian assignments, I gave my Badge a rest to eventually enjoy my sabbatical with the family in Cebu, Philippines. While Marcel is working, I am supposed to relax with the Attilas (aka Maëlle 5 and Léandre 4 y.o.).
I thought I had a very demanding job before I became a full time expat Mom and do the job of 10 for free ! My Attilas are the reason I Wake up each morning, the reason I breathe and why my hair is turning grey, my house is a mess and I am in dire need of yoga.
Welcome to our ride: reflections on motherhood (please tell me I am normal !), how to keep the kiddos busy and some snapshots of our expat life in South East Asia. The more the merrier, take a seat on our sleigh and share our exotic trip.
“Some men see things as they are and ask why I dream things that never were and ask why not” B. Shawn
PS: English is my second language, so please bear with me and excuse my French 😉
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