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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

Moving Overseas with Children - the Big Adventure

<a href="/blogs/sarahliebetrau/2012/06/01/moving-overseas-with-children-the-big-adventure">Moving Overseas with Children - the Big Adventure</a>

In six weeks, my family and I will be moving to Toronto, Canada from Newcastle, Australia. My husband was offered the opportunity for a transfer with his job, and after much discussion, we decided to take it. The initial contract will last for two years, with the option for us to return home after that time. The two-year time frame makes it doable for me – who knows what will happen after that? We don’t have to decide right now ... I think I have some expectations to manage, as they say in corporate-speak! I know my children are resilient, but I’m also prepared for some tears as their world changes. Read full article

Our Daughter is Living 2000 Kilometres Away - For Now

<a href="/blogs/bernmorley/2011/11/14/our-daughter-is-living-2000-kilometres-away-for-now">Our Daughter is Living 2000 Kilometres Away - For Now</a>

We are a family of five, yet when we relocated from the Gold Coast to Melbourne three weeks ago, we arrived as a family of four. Wait, nothing terrible happened to the fifth one; we just decided to leave her behind. Actually, wait, that does sound kind of terrible ... Read full article

Moving with Children - a Child's Squeaky Voice Reaction

<a href="/blogs/biancawordley/2011/11/07/moving-with-children-a-childs-squeaky-voice-reaction">Moving with Children - a Child&#039;s Squeaky Voice Reaction</a>

The high-pitched, talking started a few months ago. Our three-year-old, who is known for her husky tones, began communicating in a squeaky voice. Aside from being incredibly annoying, it was also a little strange. We just put it down to her being three ... And then it dawned on me ... Read full article