Sunday, April 26, 2009

She's back...

soon! We're taking a trip to Paris May 18-June 1, so I may be dual posting here and at my new blog. I can't wait! So if you're still checking in, be ready for Rowan's first trip to France. (I'm a bit terrified about the flight and the jet lag, so if you have any tips for me, please comment.)

À tout à l'heure!

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4 Comments:

At 4:36 AM, April 27, 2009, Blogger PutYourFlareOn said...

Mrs. B is back in Paris! I can't wait!

Bring a toy on the plane that she's never seen before. That should keep her busy for a bit. Try to get her to sleep when they make it "night time" on the plane. And when you guys arrive, we'll put her promptly on a schedule and put her to sleep in the magic back room that is Max's bedroom and all will be well.

May 18th is my day off (good timing for your arrival!) and we'll work hard that day to get Rowan in sync with Paris toddler time. Max will be home from the Creche that evening those two can play until it's bed time. It will go just fine! :)

I can't wait to see you guys! Yipeee!! Make a list of things I should stock the apt with....

 
At 7:14 AM, May 08, 2009, Blogger Paulita said...

This is my first trip to your blog so I don't know how old Rowan is, but I heard about some families who don't change their kids' sleeping hours. Keep them on US time. You get to sleep in, in the mornings in France and stay out late. People will look at you askance because you have your baby out at 1 a.m., but to her it's only 7 p.m or is it 8?

 
At 2:29 PM, July 09, 2009, Anonymous Elizabeth Pruett said...

Bonjour! In celebration of Bastille Day, I am writing to inform you about a children’s book series my mom wrote about France, the Three Sisters series. I was born in Paris, and both of my parents are true Francophiles. The series follows my two younger sisters and I on adventures throughout France with Doodle, the French-American poodle. In each book (Elizabeth Goes to Paris, Katherine Has a Ball, and Charlotte’s Christmas Château), an item always goes missing, and in order to retrieve it, we are led on a chase around France. The books introduce the French language in an easy-to-manage way, and included is a dictionary in the back of each book! Incorporated into the series are French monuments, foods, restaurants, holidays, and more! They are educational yet fun and sophisticated. The process has truly been a labor of love for my sisters and me, and it is wonderful being able to share these books with my family, as well as you. I am e-mailing you in support of my mom’s efforts and talent. If you are interested in more information about the series, please feel free to contact me at thethreesisters.france@gmail.com! I hope you have a wonderful holiday and enjoy these remarkable books!

 
At 5:28 PM, April 21, 2010, Anonymous Sab said...

Just avoid mushroom clouds of volcanic ash if at all possible, and welcome to Paris!

 

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