„You have such a nice life, such a nice flat, such a nice husband, so nice kids“. I heard that some people stopped reading our blog, because „it’s not fair that some people are so happy, and some are not’. You know what? Bullshit.
Just a short: HAPPY NEW YEAR for you all! We are very happy to have so many readers and want to make a little summery of this year 2013.
We love printing our pictures! To hang them, to cut, to make our own special photo albums. And we are very happy we can give you (ALL OF YOU!) this present: prints of your pictures for free.
Bringing home a beautiful Danish girl, who will sleep half-naked in our room? No no, this would be too much ;) But Danish couple, or Palestinian family or brothers from Chile – yes yes, we really love the couchsurfing idea.
All the time people around, telling you what to do, eating up your chocolate?? Awful this living with other people ;)
As a student you live with parents, in the students’ dorm or in the shared flat. Then, as a couple or fresh married couple – it also happens to live with friends (especially here: in Germany). But once the girl become pregnant – fast fast fast – everybody is moving in to their own place. Read More
Lately I have shared with you our sad pre-term stories. During that hard time I was thinking (much too much, like any other mother in this situation): if maybe I didn’t simply do too much during pregnancy: too much of sports, too much of travels. But all of the doctors say the same: if the Read More
Two generations have always separated us; today, 600km do too. As any grandmother would do, Wiesia came to visit her granddaughter and two trilingual baby great-granddaughters in the German capital for a weekend, to celebrate her 80th birthday.
„Is that true that your sweet girls were preterm??“ – I have received such an email. „Really really? And they are fine now? And does it mean that my little one can be also fine..one day…?“. This email was a motivation to share with you our sad story too.
How many kids are running away when they see Kuba? How many are afraid? And why my girls’ favourite game is to slide down from his knees to the footrest of his wheelchair?
Some months ago a friend of mine send me a link to the lineup of this festival and from the first second I was sure – we are gonna to be there! And when I started to read more and notice how much kids-friendly + how diverse in music and topics this festival is, I Read More
One parents’ magazine made an interview with us. But then they told us they cannot publish it. Why? Because they would loose their advertisement clients. Why?? Because we don’t need gadgets.
Hanna is surprising me more and more, with her comments, questions and answers. This is probably super typical for every mother, but since by our blog you already know our points of view on some topics – you can also get Hanna’s. She is the ¼ of The Family Without Borders, isn’t she?
„Are our kids different than the others?“ – I think this question we hear the most of all. Hmmmm.
photo made by phone Nokia 808 PureView Our small włóczykij Mila (‘włóczykij’ means ‘tramp’ in Polish) surprised us during the Włóczykij Festival in Gryfino, the biggest travelers’ festival in Poland.
Is travelling a lifestyle? Or just a hobby? – How the hell do you combine a normal life with so much travelling? – people ask us. Well, there is nothing to combine.
Very very sad end of our beautiful trip. We won’t get to Panama. We are back in Europe.
While being on the road trip, you discover the road from million of sides. It’s your way, your aim, the bedroom, the shopping mall, the place of meeting people.
Since four months our pictures and stories you can also find in a printed version, in a very beautiful Polish magazine about family lifestyle: “Gaga”.
We are very happy to tell you that we got a title of the Blog of a Year 2011 by National Geographic Traveler Poland! We hope that means much more than a lot of clicks on our blog right now : )