We sat outside late one Friday afternoon when Little Captain suddenly said “parrot”. It came flying in on the porch and out again when our dog, let’s call him King James (he surely acts as if he is king and we are his followers) barked loud and chased him away. We calmed King James down and took him into the house and the parrot came down, sat on my husband and ate his food from his hand. Continue reading 10 Fun facts about parrots
Ons het buite gesit een Vrydag middag to Klein Kaptein skielik sê “papegaai”. Okay, dit het dalk eerder geklink soos “pappa-taai” so ons het nie dadelik geweet waarvan hy praat nie… totdat die groen ringnek onder die stoep se dak invlieg. Die hond het die groen voël natuurlik dadelik met sy geblaf weggejaag, maar nadat ons die hond kon kalmeer het die papegaai teruggekom, op Spock (my man) kom sit en kos uit sy hand uit begin eet.
Continue reading 10 Interessante feite oor papegaaie
DAY 14 Saturday
Bastille day… and my last day in Paris!! We woke up early to see everything that we still wanted to see. We started taking pictures of the little church that we missed previously. It was still beautiful. A man thanked me sincerely after I gave him my last money. Continue reading French Fridays – Bastille day in Paris and fireworks
Little Captain loved water since he was little, but then he suddenly decided he didn’t want to bath anymore. A friend told us they have the same problem with their son who is a few months older than Little Captain. What they do is to let him bath a toy animal (you can try your pet, but it might get a bit messy) so we tried it. It worked… for a while. I remembered about my stash Acornkids products that we used with my nephews and took out the Bathpops. Continue reading Bath time is fun-time with Acornkids Bathpops
I don’t know if you remember my first day alone in Paris, but I spent most of my exploring Paris on foot… today was another day like that. It was almost as if I needed to complete the circle before going home. Continue reading French Fridays – Another day exploring Paris on foot
I realize not everyone likes winter. As a child I read a book about a poor little girl. One scene is set where she and her cat sat on the windowsill in the sun on one winter’s day. I have this image in my head when I think about winter: tranquil and peaceful. Another image I have is the family together in front of the fireplace with flames dancing in the cold. Continue reading What I love about winter