Monthly Archives: August 2013

Dialogue with Zoe: About Hunting

I’m reading a French book to Zoe and there is a group of hunters who are about to shoot some deer when the little girl warns the deer and they run away. – Mommy, who are those men? – Those … Continue reading

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International Adoption: 7 Steps to Get Started

We’re in the process of waiting for a referral for our international adoption. Although there is plenty of information available on the web, it’s difficult to know where to get started. These are some things that we’ve learned over the … Continue reading

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Home Is Where The Heart Is

In a couple of years, I’m going to celebrate an important milestone. I will have spent half of my life in the US. I was born in Argentina and moved to NY when I was 45 days old. My dad … Continue reading

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Dialogue with Zoe: About Golf

– Mommy, today we played mini golf in summer camp. – That’s great! Did you like it? – Yes. And I won. Everybody else lost.

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Dialogue with Zoe: Playing in China

I’m telling Jean-Marc about my visit to my friend Carla’s house. Her husband Agustin is a musician. Jean-Marc: So, how’s Agus doing? Me: Fine. He’s going to play in China this month!

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Book Review: Simplicity Parenting

I’m not a big fan of parenting books. I started a few and found them quite boring. However, Simplicity Parenting, by Kim John Payne and Lisa Ross, had me hooked since the beginning. It talks about slowing down to raise … Continue reading

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