..is Mezzanotte Store. I noticed the store months before it opened mostly because the first thing built in the small store was a modern, white, 100% functional children’s playhouse. Something entirely new in a city where nannies can earn like … Continue reading
This gallery contains 4 photos.
Weekends in Milan can be quite relaxing, especially if you happen to get a day of blue skies and sunshine like the one we had today. There are loads of events/exhibitions offered for all ages, all you have to do … Continue reading
I have 2 kids, ages 4 and 6. My daughter who is the 6-year-old has been to America more times than most of the adults I know. She has been to New York, Colorado, Oregon, and down the entire coast … Continue reading
Having Christmas on the 21st turned out not so bad after all, it just meant a bit more organization than usual and well – running also helped. As in, really running. As in me running down the street where I … Continue reading
This morning I woke up to this… and it’s funny how a little bit of snow can make everything look so beautiful, so perfect.. even in a world where 20 young lives have been taken by an evil so dark. … Continue reading
Recently, I enrolled my son in an afternoon swim class which is not only closer to my house, but happens to costs less than half the price of where I used to take him. The day of our swim trial, … Continue reading
Posted in Italians, kids, Milan, Parenting, The Italian way
Tagged Changing room, Gym, Italy, kids, living abroad, parenting, Swimming pool
Weekends in Milan are about as much fun as having sand in your underpants. We have just spent the last 2 weekends in Milan and I can assure you for someone who lives in this city it’s 2 weekends too … Continue reading
Our 2 kids go to 2 different schools in 2 different parts of the city, with drop off and pick up hours at the exact same time. No I do not know what I did to deserve this, but basically … Continue reading
Posted in About Me, Beautiful Italy, Italians, kids, Parenting, The Italian way
Tagged choosing a school, Italy, kids, living abroad, Milan, parenting, Santa Claus, This is me
I have a huge admiration for the multi-tasking parents that seem to some how find time to do everything: to parent, to work, to blog, to dedicate happy time to their spouse, and even go to the gym for heavens … Continue reading
This gallery contains 5 photos.
however, I would just like to clarify it is not actually my vacation, but a vacation for my kids. This does not in any way mean that I am also on vacation…unless you count that I am drinking a Rosé … Continue reading