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Tag Archives: parenthood
I was talking with some friends (and fellow mums) the other weekend while camping, and we were all lamenting about what a hot mess we had been that morning. It had been a crazy start for all of us, trying to get kids … Continue reading
We are early risers in the Wambugu household – much earlier than I would like! I don’t want to sleep the day away, but I dream of being able to sleep until 7:30 on occasion. As it is, I’m up by … Continue reading
I’m over at World Moms Blog today, writing about our favorite Kenyan children’s books. We got a few new ones this weekend at the Giraffe Centre in Karen, and I wanted to share! We are really loving Chirchir is Singing, … Continue reading
Jesse has been saving wine corks for weeks now so that he could use them for crafts with the kids. He wasn’t sure exactly what he wanted to do, so he just kept saving up the corks. Today he made … Continue reading
I grew up with a brother, so until I had two daughters of my own, I was completely unfamiliar with how sisters interact. I am having so much fun watching these two sweet girls connect and grow together!
It’s that time of year, when we seek out Santa in shopping malls to take photos of our kids with the big man in red… You may remember when Claire was terrified of Santa a couple of years ago. In my … Continue reading
Claire and Heidi are really in love with the birds we have living in our garden. We’ve hung a beautiful Bakuli Blue bird feeder in the tree just outside the window in our dining room, and the girls love watching … Continue reading
As you guys know, I’ve been looking at schools lately. This week I’ve been taking Claire to a new school for a trial visit. (Incidentally, she is LOVING IT – more on that another day!) The teacher invited me to stay and … Continue reading