Eolia Disler {lacitedesvents.blogspot.com}

Eolia Disler {lacitedesvents.blogspot.com}

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Oberursel  ·  French Mom of three kids, expatriated in Germany since Sept 2013 and amateur blogger.
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CKCBH May 2016 featuring a lesson on Hamlet

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Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #39 – May 2016

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street food to eat in Amsterdam

While Amsterdam is most famously known for its canals and red light district, we were interested in exploring the Dutch street food scene.

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Alexandra David-Néel (Women's History Month) [La Cité des Vents]

Alexandra David-Neels October 1868 – 8 September was a Belgian-French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist, anarchist and writer.

What adoptive Parents would love to hear.

What would adoptive parents like to hear? If you have a friend who just recently adopted a child (any age), here is what to say to them.

Friday Good Ideas #6: recipes, activities with the kids, me-time, etc [La Cité des Vents]

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Julie-Victoire Daubié: the first French woman who passed her Baccalauréat. (Women's History Month) [La Cité des Vents]

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