County Cork Irish: Contae Chorcaí is the largest county in Southern Ireland. Cork has a major international airport which accesses many non-stop routes from US and European cities. The holiday home … Continue reading County Cork, Ireland
Experience a Mini Tasting Tour of Barcelona while also keeping your children happy. Top 3 places to delight your kids (and your) taste buds and experience authentic Spanish and Catalan … Continue reading Kid Friendly mini tasting tour. Barcelona’s Top 3 kid-friendly (yet delicious) places to eat.
We arrived at the Havana Airport after a quick direct flight from Grand Cayman. We were greeted by Juan Carlos and Jon , our guide and driver for the … Continue reading Havana, Cuba and the beautiful complexity that is her.
A few moments after sunrise, I walked through the Buddha Garden’s on my way to breakfast. The post sunrise dew and elaborate detail of the Buddha faces consumed my every breath. Stillness. … Continue reading No Mud, No Lotus – Caring for Cambodia
We leave to Cambodia in exactly 48 hours. We have learned lots of Khmer. We have learned the topography of Cambodia and begun a diorama of some of its indigenous … Continue reading If you hear a voice within you say you cannot paint, then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced. ― Vincent van Gogh
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a Children’s Yoga certification course. It was revealing, deep, uncomfortable and meaningful. My expectation was to learn a few Yoga sequences that I … Continue reading Sa Ta what? Chanting with your children- creepy… or amazing?
J and B are currently studying Spanish, Italian and we are about to roll into Mandarin. Rosetta Stone has a homeschooling package which is pretty amazing. I love Rosetta Stone … Continue reading Ciao baby! Foreign Language Fun
Waking up to “without a trace”- Practical Life- J and B were both Montessori babes from age 3 through Kindergarten. One thing that is really nice about Montessori is that … Continue reading Practical Life- Waking up without a trace
I read recently in an “unschooling” movement blog that it is completely normal and healthy for children to go through something similar to withdrawals, when they have not been in school … Continue reading how un-schooling and Cousteau gave J the freedom to cry…
The last two weeks have been a merge of absolute bliss, sprinkled with a bit of much-needed rigidity to get us back into our evening and morning flow 🙂 J and … Continue reading Cousteau’s Ambassadors of the Environment- A Grand Cayman must!
“There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots; the other, wings.” W. Hodding Carter Roots Stability, consistency, routine and knowing … Continue reading Roots and Wings