Two weeks ago our toddler daughter had to stay home due to an unpleasant ear infection. The first days, Eli did not want to do anything. She hardly ate and did not wish to go out to play. Watching cartoons for a little while did help but then of course, she was bored and with … Continue reading One for you, one for me
El viento sopla frio y los arboles empiezan a desnudarse para dar la bienvenida al otoño. Yo por mi parte sigo aprendiendo cosas nuevas. Esta vida nunca deja de enseñarnos a crecer y a ver ciertas experiencias como algo positivo aunque lo vivido no haya sido tan bueno. ¿A qué edad dejamos de estudiar? No … Continue reading Hojas de otoño
Cualquier día es bueno para festejar a nuestros seres queridos. Este día que marca el calendario, es el día del padre, una supuesta fecha que gira al rededor de papá. Me gusta pensar que puedo hacer sentir feliz a mi padre durante todo el año, sin que sea sólo un día en especial. Poder darle … Continue reading Los hombres de mi vida
Many times is hard for us busy moms to organise, to come up with new ideas, to be creative, or we are just too tired with all the work at home and out of our house. The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, is your best option. If you identify yourself with any of the previous mentioned situations, … Continue reading For busy bee moms
14 years sound like a long time ago but in reality, I feel like I barely had enough time. It was April 29th, 2005 when I first met this little friend. Back in Mexico, I had two dogs, Nicky and Omar, who had two puppies. My house was not a big one thus my mother … Continue reading 14 years is not enough/ 14 años no son suficiente
It was 2010 when I got my first real job. A Montessori kindergarten in Slovenia offered me the best opportunity I could ever get. This place opened my eyes and taught me a lot. I already knew the word Montessori and I thought I knew the method. Nevertheless, I was wrong about what I thought … Continue reading Enjoy Montessori at home!
The previous week at Želimlje high school, I offered a short presentation about Mexico. The attendants were Spanish language students from this school whose Spanish language level varied from intermediate to advance. That day, my main concern was the possibility of students experiencing boredom. If students were not able to understand, this could lead to … Continue reading Roots/Raices