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Boy eats world

An around the world party

My baby boy has just turned five and I’m still trying to work out how that’s even possible, given he was only born about ten seconds ago! Seriously, it seems like only moments ago that he burst into our lives will all the flamboyance and energy of a chorus dancer in a glitzy Broadway show but […] Read more…

kids in cabramatta

Cabra crawl

“Has anyone ever written an article about an Asian city without using the words ‘bustling’ or ‘teeming’?” asked a friend on Facebook just as I was writing this post about Cabramatta which, while technically an Australian city, is one that definitely owes a fundamental part of its character to Asia. In fact Cabramatta is probably […] Read more…

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree

Hearing suspicious whispering and giggling coming from the tiny travellers bedroom this morning I approached with some trepidation, half expecting to find my beloved babies recreating Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles on the floor or building a scale model of Hiroshima. Needless to say I was somewhat surprised, and mightily relieved, at the surreal sight of […] Read more…

Pre-school viking hordes

The icing on the viking cake // A kids viking party

My baby boy has just celebrated his fourth birthday in ferocious style at a much pleaded for Viking party. Dreading the thought of making a Viking party happen (given how  few actual Vikings I’m acquainted with to go to for tips and advice) I tried frequent subtle, and not so subtle, hinting to gently nudge him […] Read more…

The Eats World in Paris

To be Franc

Eager to earn my son a first stamp in his gastronomic passport, tomorrow we begin our culinary tour of the globe – without heading further than the grocer. I offered my pint-sized partner in crime the choice of any destination in the world from which to start our adventure in cultural consumption and without even a […] Read more…

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