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... so she called the doctor. Again following the same line of thought, they said to bring Adia to the hospital. Two and a half hours later, Adia comes home in a cast with an x-ray saying she has a hairline fracture. Crazy!
The next day Adia didn't go to school since she couldn't walk on her foot and since she had had such a late night. We had just the best day though. I took Lennox out for a long run, cleaned then Adia, Henriette and I played some board ...
Tuesday after cycling Adia to school we went into Amsterdam so I could submit my fingerprints to Dutch immigration, and so Anabel could stop by the US Consulate. We also stopped by a few good food places she wanted to show me, drinking hot wine (yes, that's a thing) and eating croquettes.
Wednesday I had to register with the city of Almere but lo and behold, I now have a residency number! We also took Adia to a trampoline ...
... is it
that I am wanting my child to learn at this moment, and what is the best
way I can teach it? By teach, she means, quite literally, teach. Not
insist, not demand, not coerce, not bribe. Teach. Instead of saying,
“she needs to learn to take accountability for her actions,” we might
say something like, “how can I best teach her to take better care of her
bicycle?” Or instead of my thinking ...
... s friend and her family over. I very much enjoyed the family, but was for the first time struck by the fact that I did indeed move to a country which spoke a different language than me. Everyone in my host family speaks fluent English, but obviously in everyday conversation they would prefer to speak in their fluent language. So from that point on I decided I would learn as much Dutch as quickly as I could so as not to be left out ...