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A day off from the creche

Spent an hour or two this morning just surfing around new sites I hadn't seen before. Thought these might be interesting to some (and a good place for me to put them to remember to go and have another look really....)

http://www.multitonguekids.blogspot.com/

http://www.biculturalfamily.org/


http://www.famillesbilingues.com/


http://www.languagelizard.com/


http://www.enfantsbilingues.com/cv.html


No Creche today - it was a training day or something, Alicia actually asked to go there this morning, so it was rather sad. I have an early evening meeting in Aubais - it's an AXA insurance seminar on inheritance, taxes and so on, so we don't have time to go to the Toddler group in Montpellier - so we go over to Delphine's for Alicia to place with Kiki and Lou.

By the time I get to the cave I've missed all the chat but I do get to have a glass or two of wine and some tapas, and a chance to chat to friends and hand out a few business cards.

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