Squinting in the bright sun and half-dragging my whining toddler, emotions are running high. I had the great idea to take my kids to Parque 93 after their doctor's appointment. Normally not a problem, but Ingrid is a little sick and I haven't slept well this week. More frustrated by the minute, I'm doing everything … Continue reading Colombian Advice for this Mama
I walk in the door to my daughter’s jardin (preschool) as she trails behind crying. It’s been over a month that she has cried every morning as we arrive and I’m just a little over it. I’ve tried everything I can think of to assuage her fears, but nothing has worked. One of the staff … Continue reading Celebracion día de la Madre
Over a year in and while my Spanish has improved exponentially, I still find myself making silly mistakes. Luckily, my nanny and my husband are nice enough to correct me - even if they laugh at me first. 🙂 The other night, Gray and I were sitting on the couch with the newest member of … Continue reading My Little Ternura
It’s already been a year in Bogotá, which means we are officially halfway through our tour. As with most things in life, it simultaneously feels like it has been the longest year of my life and I can’t believe it’s already over. Here are the highlights from our first year in Bogotá: We had … Continue reading Our First Year in Bogotá: In Review
Aka, how I gave into societal pressure and put my 18 month old in school.
My experiences as a stay-at-home expat mom in Bogota, Colombia.