Este par están disfrutándolo su recorrido por la costa Colombiana tanto como yo. Y es más divertido explorar de la mano de ellas. Hoy Lucía regreso a la época de los 3 años. En la que lo preguntan todo. Porque?? Se vuelve la palabra más repetida del día. Y después de 100 preguntas y 100 respuestas. Llego la 101. Mamá: Porque en este sitio (Colombia) hay que saludar a todo el que pasa?? 102. Porqué siempre hay que decir buenos días sino lo conocemos?? Y buuu. Fuera de un aquí es así. O es muy gentil de tu parte hacerlo. No se que más decirle. Ideas?? Creo que mi cabeza ya estaba agotada a partir de la pregunta 100 #nodoymas#noselarespuesta#asiescolombiaypunto#lafamiliafettuccini
The sunsets in Bali have been incredible! Being the rainy season, the moody clouds were often threatening to spoil the moment but we were lucky enough to have a few dinners by the beach witnessing the days end without getting wet. And what better way to digest a delicious tapas dinner than with a run on the beach while the last rays disappear into the horizon ❤️
I’ve realised that my feed is totally skewed and in no way a good representation of our life in India! I actually spent 95% (maybe more) of our time there working but on here I’ve managed to make it look like some kind of major chill fest (it really wasn’t) 😂
One tends to not take photos at work but here I am doing what we came for- collecting data! The final part of my study involved interviewing a number of key informants working in the world of pharmacy and drug control. I spoke to pharmacy chain executives, staff working in their branches, drug controllers, people working at professional pharmacy councils, and (as pictured) independent pharmacy owners. I really enjoyed doing these interviews and the findings really helped to understand the results from the quantitative surveys 🤓
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The city that secretly stole my heart in the form of pastries, love for my children, and incredible architecture.
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Do you have a city you unexpectedly fell in love with?
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Atocha train station in Madrid is very unique. It's the main station of Madrid and all domestic high speed trains leave from here. It also houses a massive botanic garden, a turtle colony and bananas grow in the main hall of the station!!! It's an otherwise unspectacular station, but the main hall makes it a great place for families. If you ever visit Madrid, make sure to go and enjoy this downtown jungle in such an unusual location. Bonus: it's totally free to visit and next door is an Imaginarium toystore.
📍🇪🇸 Madrid, spain
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Oh HI there New Zealand ... It’s been a while .. @travelmaddad is over the moon to have his babies back in his homeland... It’s been so great to see everyone ... Yesterday we went to the families annual picnic... OMG @travelmaddad extended family is sooooo big.. Esmé had the best time playing with her first, second, third and fourth cousins 😂😂😂.. What are your plans this weekend? 💜✈️🌎
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This was the gorgeous sunset in Madeira as we sailed away.
Up there as one of our best ever holidays and I’m really missing it.
I’ve written a post about our time on the ship. The link is in the bio.
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My partner in crime at Carcassonne ❣️
Carcassone es conocida por su ciudad amurallada y un castillo, que tienen 2.500 años de historia. Sus primeras construcciones son pre-romanas! Es impactante caminar por tanta historia! 🙌🏻Ha sido reconstruida por los romanos, galos, en la Edad Media y en los tiempos modernos, y es un imperdible si andan por el sur de Francia. .
Eso sí, es ultra mega turístico. Demasiado! Siento que pierde la magia al estar tan lleno de tiendas y restaurantes en la entrada. Y la ciudad afuera, es linda, pero les iré contando de otros lugares que tienen una belleza impagable y que te dejan con la boca abierta (como Vaison-La-Romaine). Por eso recomiendo pasar un rato por Carcassonne para conocer la muralla, darse una vuelta por la ciudad, tomar una foto de toda la muralla (que se hace desde arriba de una colina) y seguir al próximo destino. Hay lugares de Francia sin turistas y con construcciones de cientos de años que se disfrutan mejor, especialmente si viajan con niños. .
Motherhood. It’s one role that can be such hard work, and so rewarding at the same time. And one thing that I’ve *always* placed importance on is escaping the daily grind - it can be a huge effort to get the family packed up and out the door (even more so when they were babies) but goodness..., it’s so fun to spend quality time with the family [and not be surrounded by dishes and washing!] Today’s outing?
Well it’s Fit Feb in our house, so an 8km bike ride around the Lake was in order
Don’t feel trapped at home with a baby, toddler or kids.
Escape it, embrace it, and enjoy it. ❤️
One of those clips I can’t stop watching on repeat from our trip 💜✈️🌎.. Do you have anything like that you just keep watching over and over?
Happy V-Day to my ride or die. Hardest year of my life was having you, best year of my life began after we made it through. I wouldn’t change a minute of our lives together. So happy you have chosen me to be the giver of your magic kisses for the rest of your life. This day marks a really big one for me. Two years ago on Valentines, I broke up with my boyfriend and decided to get pregnant on a fling 4 days later. Last year someone close to me told me that my best years were behind me, no one would want to be with me with a baby and good luck finding a good job with a kid on my hip. They forgot one part though: how easy it is to get motivated to do better when you are the keeper of magic healing kisses for someone who thinks you are the raddest person to walk the planet. Turns out none of that was true, in fact, the opposite of all those fears came for us in the last year. I feel like we are just getting started. (V-Day video with me and Tuna link in bio) #loveisstilltheanswer#familyvday
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Estoy contenta y emocionada. Me siento como pololeando de nuevo con tantos paseos sin la rutina. Pierre está TAN feliz de estar en su ciudad, en su casa, de ver a sus papás, de que ellos estén con las niñitas, y mostrarnos toda su infancia que está guardada en tantos lugares de acá. Las niñitas gozando y yo de a poco ya entregándome a todo. Hoy fuimos los dos en tren al centro de Paris (estamos en las afueras), a juntarnos con el dueño de la casa en la que nos quedaremos en el sur. Comimos en un restaurante muy típico parisino en la estación de trenes y nos contó todo sobre la casa y Malaucene. Eso sí que me pone contenta porque estoy cumpliendo un sueño! Ya está todo listo y arreglado y si todo sale bien, el sábado partimos para allá. Un buen día a pesar de los -1 grados. Y gracias a todas las que me contestaron las stories, las amo! ♥️ #iamcanguro#wearetravelmums#france#francia#viajandoconniños#livingabroad
A week of bad luck to get here and the first time I’ve felt like I’ve schlepped my kids around during this six months of travelling. In truth, it’s such a beautiful place but I would probably wait until they were older if I could do it again... They didn’t get enough out of the experience. I think a balance for both kids and parents is important.. I am always super positive about everywhere I go but this was #toohardbasket ...
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Atlas insisted on reading to this kitten at our Airbnb in Bali just after arriving. And later he insisted we feed her some of our dinner. Atlas is a sweet, sensitive, emotional being and I try to encourage those things. The words, "be a man", "don't be a pansy" , or "stop crying" will never come out of my mouth. In fact, I cringe when I hear those things said to children. I cringe without judgement, however, because I know people are more often than not, raising their sons the same way they were raised or the way they witnessed their siblings being raised. In Every relationship I've had with a man there has been a struggle in the communication department. Every man I've had as a partner has not felt comfortable talking about their feelings and emotions and I'm convinced it stems from childhood. Being told to "be a man." Or "stop crying." Or whatever other harmful things were said to them by parents, role models and peers. There is a documentary that came out a few years ago called The Mask You Live In and it really touched me. I recall watching this documentary, listening to boys and men express how they don't feel comfortable talking to anyone about their problems and it broke my heart. I cannot imaging keeping things bottled in like that. I recently made a list of the things I'm passionate about and on there is this issue. I want to somehow help this epidemic we have going on here. A few days after I made this list, that shooting in Florida happened and NY times wrote an article titled "The Boys Are Not Alright." It talks about how boys are always the ones doing the shooting. And they discus what I mention above. I'm not sure where I'm going with this, but I know I want to somehow help. Help men and boys feel comfortable for expressing their emotions. Teach them that it's ok to feel sadness and crying is part of being a human. If you're reading this and you have a child whose a boy, just remember that the words you say now will stay with them forever. Our words are powerful and can do great harm if we're not careful. I put a link to The NY Times article in my bio and you can watch the documentary on Netflix 💞