The Passport Saga

The first official step on my journey to help my children become global citizens was obtaining passports. I am sure that if you need to get one only for yourself then the process is simple. Though, I know that there are myriad things that can go wrong with any given passport application, imagine multiplying that … More The Passport Saga

Worldschooling

This is just a little interlude to explain the term wordschooling. Since most people haven’t ever heard this phrase it can cause confusion. It can mean many things, but the nub of the matter is that one who worldschools travels with their families so their children can experience different people and cultures. That can look … More Worldschooling

Miss (newly) 8

Having only known my husband as an adult, I cannot possibly say for certain what he was like as a child. Yet, when I look at my (newly) eight-year-old girlie I feel like I have a good idea. She is so focused, (mostly on video games). She speaksĀ so passionately and earnestly (mostly about video games). … More Miss (newly) 8

Miss 5!

  She is 5 years old today. From her precipitous entry into the world until now she has shown herself to be a fun, happy girlie, who wants to mother everyone. She is creative and nurturing. I am so grateful that I was chosen to be her mom! Here is her annual birthday interview: What … More Miss 5!

Fifteen

When you have littles, people tell you that you should cherish the time because it goes so quickly, Well, I totally believe them! I can’t believe that 15 years have gone by since I held her for the first time! 15 years! What a crazy, busy 15 years it has been. She is bold, focused, … More Fifteen