We were at the poolside a couple of weeks back when we got to witness a strange feud. A lady stepped out of the pool, marched up to the little family sitting on two chaise lounges and demanded that they vacate since those belonged to her.
When our twins were born, we marvelled at the coincidence of them arriving just a day after their older sister, a full five years later.
There certainly have been times in all of our lives when we have been so sucked in by a book that we simply cannot put it down. All this is fine when the book is an engrossing bestseller. It is embarrassing when it is a ten-page hard book, (and I mean every page is hard), called Rabbit Bites His Tail.
After two years of planning, I finally managed to take the kids dolphin watching.
Saturdays is cooking day in my kindergartner‘s class. Parents sign up to spend an hour or so introducing the kids to the delights of the culinary world, encouraging them to experiment with tastes and textures and teaching them to make wiser food choices.