Real restaurants with play areas and childcare — expect these to be everywhere in the United States in the coming years. Continue reading
Category Archives: Toddler
Our stay in the D.C. area is almost up. Just like we did when we left Benin, we’ve decided to put down for posterity some things we’d like Flynn and Jonah to know about this phase of their lives.
Our stuff is gone, our house is empty, and our many, many suitcases are stacked high in hotel closets. We are officially betwixt and between.
Why does Flynn think we’re moving to Mexico? Click to find out. Continue reading
Hola amigos! Flynn starts showing an interest in his soon to be second tongue. Here are the words he decided he needs to know first and foremost… Continue reading
While Flynn was away, we fixed up his room. And Jonah’s too. Continue reading
After two years of living somewhere with no public parks and playgrounds, and only several play places which were of questionable cleanliness and whose safety standards left a lot to be desired, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying a summer full of free and cheap activities with my toddler.
Because Flynn won’t remember Benin himself, I’ve decided to take a moment to collect some memories on his behalf and scatter them here on the interwebs for him to hopefully discover at some point in the future.
We’re not sure how it happened, but somehow our baby is now two. And Alex reflects about American style birthday party prep in the context of an expat life. Continue reading
As he grows up, what will Flynn think his home to be? Will the concept of home even matter? Continue reading