As I skip my way through the blogosphere I come across many, many “mom” blogs. Sometimes I skip right on by and then other times I stop and stay a while. In a few cases, I find a blog that I can relate to and that I find enriches my parenting skills and my life. I’m so pleased to introduce you to the woman behind one such blog today. Take a trip to Hungary this morning and find out a little about one mom’s life there, working and raising two little peas in a pod with Mama Pea Pod.
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|a person who has spent a significant part of [their] developmental years outside the parents’ culture. The TCK frequently builds relationships to all of the cultures, while not having full ownership in any. Although elements from each culture may be assimilated into the TCK’s life experience, the sense of belonging is in relationship to others of similar background.|
Thank you Mama Pea Pod! I learned so much through these answers. I find the whole TCK concept fascinating. Our family is the complete opposite…we couldn’t be more thoroughly Canadian…9 generations in fact! However, I can see that being born and living in different countries and different cultures is certainly the way of the future. Thanks so much for enlightening us and for sharing your amazing story. Be sure to hop on over to Mama Pea Pod‘s blog where you will find an amazing array of ideas and inspiration.
Have a great weekend everyone…and happy first day of fall! (or perhaps it’s the first day of spring where you are)