Tag Archives: FS Kids

Stories of Single Parenthood in the Foreign Service

No G20 for the Wanderlust Diaries. Stories of single parenthood in the Foreign Service.

Posted in At The Office, FS Family Life, Reblogged | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

First African Safari

Zebras and ostriches in Malawi. From Novakistan.

Posted in FS Family Life, My Awesome Post, Reblogged | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Wide Open Spaces

An amazing Gobi Desert trek from Kids with Diplomatic Immunity.

Posted in FS Family Life, My Awesome Post, Reblogged | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

How to Keep a Child Entertained on a 20 Hour Flight

Novakistan has a plan for the flight from the U.S. to her next post in Africa. Details here!  

Posted in FS Family Life, Reblogged | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

All About Home Leave

DiploMom has something to say about home leave—and it’s hilarious!

Posted in And Another Thing..., FS Family Life, Reblogged | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Wildlife Refuge in Recife

From armadillos to pythons, Schlink Attack! tells all about her family’s trip to the Charles Darwin Ecological Refuge near Recife, Brazil.  

Posted in FS Family Life, My Awesome Post, Reblogged | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Travel with Kids in Israel

Ein Gedi, Masada, and the Dead Sea with SubjectVerbObject.

Posted in FS Family Life, My Awesome Post, Reblogged | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

The Paparazzi – With my Blond Daughter in Shanghai

When everyone wants a photo of your cute, blond kid. From The Wanderlust Diaries.

Posted in And Another Thing..., FS Family Life, My Awesome Post, Reblogged | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

But She Doesn’t Have a Speech Impediment!

In Denmark, the Toddler in the Trees’ mom discovers that being a non-native speaker of Danish is considered to be a speech impediment by the schools.

Posted in FS Family Life, My Awesome Post, Reblogged | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Raising the Multilingual Child

On this week’s theme of bilingual kids in the Foreign Service, Diplomatic Mom discusses raising her Bulgarian/English/French speaking son.

Posted in FS Family Life, Reblogged | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment