She has comic timing!
I was cycling with my 6 year old the other day, and this is the invention she came up with! (I am always telling her that when she grows up there will be no cars, and she is cool with it.)
My daughter has been going to a local French speaking creche since she was 9 months old. We only speak English at home to her so all the French she knows is from the creche and it is hilarious to hear her laying into her dollies at home. Don’t get me wrong she loves theContinue reading “Learning French”
This sequence of events is a regular occurrence on our walks home together from the playground. *Our two year old goes to a local French speaking creche, and so she speaks a mix of French and English. She very often says the verb in French – so ‘Mummy I fell over’ is ‘Mami I tombeed!’Continue reading “The walk home”
Not sure how much I can use this to my advantage…
I’m so torn between keeping my daughter in school because she’s six, she needs school! She needs friends! She needs to get out of the house! I need her out of the house! Set against the inevitability of her getting covid in the next few weeks given the higher transmissibility of the Omicron variant andContinue reading “The fifth wave”
We have created a monster.
A selection of sketches from my 2021 cartoon diary. Here’s to 2022 being better!
We took our two year old to a restaurant for the first time over the summer and she didn’t understand the concept at all: This autumn/winter so far in Brussels has been extremely rainy and with the Covid situation getting steadily worse our social life has become non-existent:
My youngest daughter on her swing. We went to see the David Hockney exhibition in Brussels together so I took some inspiration from his Normandy landscapes and the way he does his brushstrokes (well i-pad strokes?!) for this watercolour.