20 ans en Asie, 3 en Afrique, et des poussières aux Etats Unis, peut encore parler de “retour” quand on a passé la moitié de sa vie “dehors”? Où est “la maison” pour une famille qui s’est créée en Inde avant de grandir au Sri Lanka, en Thaïlande, aux Philippines, au Vietnam, et pour laquelle “France” ne signifiait que “grandes vacances et cousinades”? Un départ … Continue reading “Et ce retour, ça se passe comment?”
Ladies and Gentlemen, meet with Linh, the beautiful new addition to our family! Our Vietnamese friend is 9 year old and we got officially introduced last Monday. We met at her school, in Hanoi, together with representatives from the French NGO Coup de Pouce and the head of her school. The precious kid was a bit shy, but also very proud to tell me about … Continue reading Our family is getting bigger !
“Valentine’s Day” is very loud in the Philippines: It’s all about red and pink hearts, mountains of chocolates on display even at the Pharmacy, and if you thought that the karaoke already played the cheesiest songs of the planet … Wait for Feb 14th! Yet I love Valentine’s Day! I actually take any chance to express my gratitude to the people I love most. I … Continue reading My best Valentine present (parenting version)
2h in trains, 27h in planes, another 1h30 in taxi to finally spend 2 little weeks with us. That’s what I call a Super Mamie! Because no amount of Skype or Viber will ever replace the warmth of a real hug and the sweetness of a kiss .. In response to the WPC Time Continue reading No technology will ever beat THAT
You should see my Heart! Being a mother can be far harder than anyone can tell you. But it is so much more rewarding than anyone will ever tell you… Continue reading If you think my hands are full
Parenthood is saying the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Oddly enough, this is the definition of insanity. Coincidence? I think not. Continue reading Parenting: repeating, repeating, repeating…