They say the key to a happy life is to find balance. This becomes absolutely true and necessary with the arrival of the first child in a family ( I guess I will have to revise the topic after the second one 😉 ) Your balance also gets reevaluated and redefined probably on a daily… Continue reading Balance, where are you?
Like in every multicultural household language is also a topic in ours. My wife and I met while working both for the European Union and many of our friends come from the same background. So we talk most of the time English in the office (our something similar to it, it has a fluid grammar and… Continue reading Our kid speaks Klingon
If you read this text it means I managed. I actually managed to write my first blog entry and it has been way more difficult than I have ever imagined it would be. I always thought you just collect your ideas put them on paper click publish and the job is done. I wish it… Continue reading A new beginning (2)
My wife and I grew up app. 1.500km from each other. While she was born in a Hungarian speaking family in Transylvania (please enter a random Dracula joke here, she has never heard any of them), I grew up 200km north of Berlin in the GDR (“East Germany”). Since we met, we discovered a lot… Continue reading Cultural differences, part 1
While we visited my family the kid learned four new words. I consider this as an act of self-defense. 😉
My dear wife and I are very lucky. We have each other, a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious daughter, a cool cat, good jobs, nice family and friends, and a beautiful home. Only one thing was missing for a well behaving 21st century family! A blog. So here it finally is! In future we will share our thoughts on family, kids,… Continue reading A new beginning