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My Children Help Me Adjust to Expat Living

<a href="/blogs/sarahliebetrau/2012/10/04/my-children-help-me-adjust-to-expat-living">My Children Help Me Adjust to Expat Living</a>

When you are new to a place, for that first little while you get to really see it, as if you are looking through the eyes of a child. Soon the sight of a squirrel pausing to nimbly pick up an acorn with its tiny squirrel paws will become something I have seen a hundred times before. But for now it is a novelty. “Squirrel!” the children squeal every time one makes a brave dash across the street or jumps from one tree branch to another. The Canadians seem bemused by our enthusiasm. Read full article

Australian Family Does Halloween - Wonderful Haunting Memories

<a href="/blogs/michelle-higgins/2011/11/03/australian-family-does-halloween-wonderful-haunting-memories">Australian Family Does Halloween - Wonderful Haunting Memories</a>

Halloween - and the excitement levels in our house were reaching fever pitch. My oldest child had waited seven long years to again experience the wonder that is an American Halloween. And on October 31st 2011, any feeling of homesickness was swept aside because on this particular day there was nowhere else in the world we would rather be ... The absolute highlight of the night was the Haunted House ... Read full article

An Expat Life as a Mother - from Libya to Qatar

Kirsty Rice is a writer and mother who also writes the popular blog 4 Kids, 20 Suitcases and a Beagle. She lives with her husband and children in Dohar,Qatar. Yvette Vignando interviewed her about living overseas with children and the highs and lows of expat parenting. Read full article

How to Get Published in the New York Times

Kirsty Rice is a mother of four children living in Qatar. Born in Australia, as an adult she has lived in Libya, Indonesia, Malaysia, Canada and Qatar. So many stories to tell! This one is about how to get published in the New York Times by breaking a bone, and life as a parent and resident in Qatar. Yvette Vignando interviewed Kirsty in a Balmain park, using a tree, as you do. Read full article