Review: Kids Preschool Puzzle App

I’m always on the lookout for apps to keep the kids occupied when we are traveling. When meals take longer than expected or when we are on a long train ride, it is nice to pull out some novel games that are educational and entertaining. I was contacted by Kids Preschool Puzzle creator Milen Kirkov […]

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Weekend in Maastricht with Kids

The kids and I ended up in Maastricht after traveling with Jeff for work, but now we are looking forward to his next trip. We have a laundry list of things we cannot wait to try. Our Maastricht trip was an easy one-night, two-day trip. Turns out Maastricht with kids is a great time! We stayed at […]

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The Perfect Dutch Apple Picking Day

I’ve fallen in with the most delightful group of moms here. So, I jumped at the chance for a fun fall family outing with a few of these ladies and their families. We headed about 45min north of Delft to a Self-Pick Apple Farm, Landgoed De Olmenhorst. While Olmenhorst is not your only option for apple […]

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Fall Craft Time

Things are finally starting to normalize around here. We have (sort of) settled into a nice schedule including getting back into doing some tot school fall craft activities with the boys. We had a great time apple picking and came home with a ton of apples. Jeff would say it was closer to 20 kilos. […]

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Me & Mine Linkup – September 2015

This is my first linkup with Me & Mine linkey. Each month you post a photo of the whole family you took during the month and share a bit about the photo. Hopefully this will make sure I get a few family shots every month. When we are traveling I often get photos of the kids […]

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Biesland Dagen (Biesland Days)

Biesland Days is a two-day farm festival that takes place where the woods of Delft (Delftse Hout) and Den Haag (Biesland Bos) meet. We learned about it when giant cow signs went up all along our cycling route in Delftse Hout. The event takes place in several locations, all are cycling distance from each other. […]

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