** Two English Mums with 28 years experience living in France! **
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I see in the creche's window that inscriptions are required for the passarelle class (i.e. Alicia's time to enrol at school) before 17 March.... well, it says for children born in 2005... ahem, she was born in 2004, but it was at the end... oh dear, I can see more paperwork on the horizon. (Not to mention the awful feeling in the pit of my stomach that she isn't my baby anymore....)

Think we're lacking in photos on this site... so I'll add a random few just to make sure.

After making a pear and chocolate sponge for pudding tonight... and getting out the cranberries (from the freezer) for the duck breast, balsamic and cranberry dinner. We go off to Delphine's house to play with Lou and Kiki (Kiki is only a month older than Alicia... so that's usually great fun.) I take along my embroidery... (yes this blog gets even more boring doesn't it?) which is really nice, as I haven't done any in ages.

This morning I worked a little on BritsNimes March newsletter.... discussed changes to the website with the president... and wrote an article on Durfort for The Languedoc Page.

Quelle busy bunny.....

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