There is a lot of weird downtime with parenting a two and a half year old when you don’t know when you are next going to be needed but it is probably going to be in the next five to ten minutes and so actually scrolling through Twitter is just about the only thing youContinue reading “Doom scrolling”
Not sure how much I can use this to my advantage…
We have created a monster.
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:
A large part of our family life is shouting things/desperately trying to hear what is being shouted up and down the staircase while one or both children has a meltdown. I have no idea what people with big houses do! Also I’m not sure how much it’s pandemic related or how much it just isContinue reading “Family Life”
I’m looking forward to limiting her screen time in future as my revenge!
I’m still in the phase with my daughters that they believe everything I say, so when I tell them there will be no (private) cars when they grow up they think it’s true and not just something I really, really hope happens very soon.
We live in Brussels and have two daughters, one who is 6 and in her last year of ‘maternelle’ or nursery school, and one is now 2 who is normally at creche (daycare) 4 days a week. In Belgium they re-opened creches as of May 2020 and nursery school age children were allowed back toContinue reading “Covid and Childcare”
Living in a tiny social bubble is very difficult.
Spending a lot of time in our kitchen/dining room/office at the moment..