Butter and sugar. Almonds and whipped cream. Raspberries and pears. If your mouth is watering, don’t miss our next French Pastry Class happening on Saturday 9 December.
So many families in the Bay Area are raising multilingual kids, so, why not work together to share resources? Check out this new group doing just that.
With one in five moms and one in ten dads struggling with depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD and psychosis in pregnancy and/or postpartum (perinatal depression/anxiety) it’s not surprising that for some parents it can all become too much.
friends and family don’t always understand what I am talking about. All they see is a wonderful opportunity for new experiences; I should be happy all the time, right? Not quite. So, I turn to the I Am A Triangle (IAAT) group to find my support.
These days, besides the obvious that the kiddos are out of school, it is the abundance of opportunities to sit outside in the sun and listen to music, which really tells me that summer is here.
The choices are great, and the waiting lists are long, what are we talking about? Early childhood education in the Bay Area of course.
Things are expensive in the Bay Area, especially housing. Finding affordable accommodation in the area is a painful process for expats. The Bay Area is famous for a fierce bidding process with houses going for at least $150k more than the asking price. So when we had to move from the South Bay to the North Bay there was a lot to consider.
When I moved to the Bay Area one year ago, I had a picture in my head of how my life would look there. I would find the perfect house (or at least one which was suitable for us), send the children to an amazing preschool, have time for myself and my career. I was waiting for perfect weather and beaches in the afternoons. I knew that some of these things would be harder to get than others but I also knew that at the end of the day I would get there in the end. I thought I planned […]