Tag: South of France

  • Living in France A American moms first 2-weeks during Lockdown

    American mom’s first two weeks living in France during Lockdown

    American mom’s first two weeks living in France during Lockdown. How this U.S. family handled living in France during confinement? There’s something quite daunting about moving to a foreign country. There are many unknown variables, and then you toss in a countrywide lockdown. As a U.S. family residing in France during confinement, I did my […]

  • Fourth of July in France for an American Expat

    4th of July in France for an American Expat

    Celebrating the 4th of July in France this year is an exciting and daunting event. The holiday is only 10 days before Bastille Day (Fête Nationale). Therefore, a small part of me feels bizarre, attempting to celebrate July 4th for Anglophone. Moving to a new country makes you question if you should leave some of “your” […]

  • Indoor activities for babies in the south of France

    Indoor Baby Activities in the South of France

      Reevaluating Travel Plans   I never thought I would have to worry about Indoor Baby Activities in the South of France. We are the type of family who loves to travel with our baby despite how difficult it may be. However, travel came to a crashing halt with the outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19) in […]

  • master your valentine's day with french inspired ideas

    5 Ways to Master Your Valentine’s Day: Easy French Inspired Ideas

    I decided to write about the 5 Easy way to master your French Inspired Valentine’s Day because I normally am not the type of person to celebrate Valentine’s Day. I don’t yearn for flowers (I am allergic, but that’s a story for another post). This time five years ago I would be sitting at home […]

  • Travel Checklist for the south of France: Montpellier

    Travel checklist for the South of France: Montpellier

    Before I moved to New York in 2015, I never left the US. The furthest The Bird had traveled was to Disney World, and that was done in a car 😆. My then-boyfriend turned husband sprang the idea of visiting his family in Montpellier, France sometime in February 2016. Oh goodness… only a few months […]