Monthly Archives: August 2012

Babies don’t get bored

Two days ago I watched a programme on tv, where they were discussing how happy a lot of parents are that the summer holidays are (almost) over and that the kids are finally going back to school. They were talking … Continue reading

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Why I don’t look after myself…

Maybe it is the feeling of self importance, which sounds like a contradiction. But what I mean is the feeling that I am irreplaceable, that I (and nobody else) have to be there for others, with the unfortunate result that … Continue reading

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What do you expect?

In the last view days I have been thinking about expectations. After getting a lot of (positive) comments on my previous blog I started to get a little nervous about what to write next. Was this last blog just a … Continue reading

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‘I don’t teach, they just learn’

How important is your child’s future? If you ask any parent, I hope, you get an answer something like: ‘very important!’ I also expect that you’ll get the same answer if you’d ask how important their child’s education is, yet … Continue reading

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How strange are you?

Strange adj. strangĀ·er, strangĀ·est 1. Not previously known; unfamiliar. 2. a. Out of the ordinary; unusual or striking. b. Differing from the normal. 3. Not of one’s own or a particular locality, environment, or kind; exotic. 4. a. Reserved in … Continue reading

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