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The mark of the teacher

During our life, we have at least one teacher that marks us for good. I've had teachers that liked what they did. And those who didn't. Those who would give bad marks so people would fear them and learn more. Those who weren't quite right in the head. Those I respected. Those I didn't. For... Continue Reading →

Life with kids who don’t stop talking

Nobody wants to play with me. That's how my son (3 years and 10 months) starts complaining out of the blue. With a sad face and tone. Except we've been playing with him all day long. He has all of our attention. And it's still not enough. For a split second, I wonder if he'd... Continue Reading →

I love everybody

"I love everybody". That's one of the things my kid told me yesterday. I know, kids say all kinds of "crazy" things. But this one caught my attention and I kind of paused whatever I was doing. Such a nice feeling that must be - I thought to myself. Later on, he said something similar.... Continue Reading →

I love you forever

That's how my son woke me up this morning. At 3 years and 8 months, he surprises me at every turn. He is in a phase where he just comes around and gives me hugs apparently for no reason. I think of him more and more as a kid and less as a baby. I... Continue Reading →

TEDx talks – Game changers

Last weekend I got to go to a TEDx show. My first TEDx talk live. There was a time when I was watching or listening to talks on YouTube all day long. But I had never participated in one in person before. The subject was Game changers and many people talked about their problems and... Continue Reading →

Godfather

My time has come. I have added a new title to my name. Godfather. I know for many that's something ordinary. But there are others who don't want it. I was one of them. Being asked to be godparents for a wedding feels like a big responsibility to me. Besides that, you will be a... Continue Reading →

The Upside Down world of kids

My son is almost 3yrs and 4 months old. I feel like he understands more and more each day. But he wants to do things his way. Which is almost always the other way we expect him to do it. Practically like he is living in an upside-down world. That's one explanation for all of... Continue Reading →

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