August 7, 2017

A Canadian Summer

For 10 years as a kid, I spent my summers at overnight camp. It’s hard for me to describe, but those 10 summers were the best of my life. The friends I made, the experiences I had, the sports I played and the independence I gained was invaluable.

This summer I sent my older son Gavin to sleep away camp for his first time for a month. It was heartbreaking to send my baby away. I couldn’t breathe with him gone. However, I knew I was giving him the greatest gift and experience he could ever have.

During the one month period that he is gone, the camp hosts a visitors day for parents and families to come and visit their children. The following week, Gavin was going to be coming home so I decided to rent a cottage near the camp for the week instead of flying back and forth between Toronto and New York.

When we first spotted Gavin on Visitors day we grabbed him so tight and cried tears of joy. It was an emotional roller coaster for us all. Gavin was so proud to show us around camp, introduce us to his friends and show us what he had learned over the past few weeks. His favorite and most proud accomplishment was learning to water ski.

My sister has a friend who rented a cottage in the same area that we were looking for a place so she recommended that cottage to us and we got super lucky in booking it!

The cottage was unreal, nestled right in front of the lake.  The owner is totally OCD like me so everything was super organized and perfectly placed.

My sister, her husband and daughter (Baby Dylan!) came to the cottage for a few days. Then my friend Ady spent another few days with me before I picked up Gavin to come home for the rest of the summer.

The quality time Luke got with his cousin Dylan was so special. “Uke” she kept calling as she was chasing him around. We don’t live in the same country so we cherish this time together!

We BBQ’d, made bonfires, took the paddleboat and canoe out in the lake and spent the evenings gazing at the stars and drank rosé all day.

When I picked up Gavin I got to learn all about his time at camp and it sounded like he had the most wonderful time. He was exhausted, filthy and even a little bit rattled over all the new experiences. Needless to say, summer camp started a beautiful tradition and legacy for many years to come.

xx, Seri
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  1. Marissa

    Looks like camp packing will be a summer tradition! Better start to think about what to hide in his bag this summer!

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July 6, 2017

My baby is now FIVE

Having a second child was a game changer. For quite sometime I thought to myself…can I really do this?  Can I handle this all? It wasn’t easy. But my husband and I did it. We have the two most amazing boys on this planet (a little biased to say the least) and are thankful for them every single day.

Now the problem I’m facing…is they are growing up way too fast for me. Gavin is now at sleep away camp and Luke is Five. FIVE? WHAT? Ugh. MY BABY! I don’t want him to get any older. I love his voice, his smell, his snuggles. I don’t want to give any of that up.

But such is life. Kids grow up. And all I can do is make sure they grow up to be the best person they can be.

Every year we throw Luke a pool party over the July 4th weekend. We always get a huge turn out and kick off the summer in the most festive way possible.

Normally when you plan a party you plan for a 10% fall out. People get sick or cancel last minute. You usually get a handful who don’t show up. Well not in my case. I had a 10% INCREASE! You heard me. Don’t ask. We ended up with 92 people.

Thank heavens I had planned for this. 2 lifeguards in the pool (THE BEST MONEY I HAVE EVER SPENT), 4 camp counsellors to man the kids, a water slide and TONS of food. The one thing I did fall short on was favors. Lesson for the future…buy extra favors!!

We serve the same meal every year catered by Seasons of Southampton. It’s totally over the top for a child’s birthday party but this is not just a child’s birthday party – it’s also America’s birthday and for America and Luke – you serve lobster. Needless to say, the food is always a hit. These guys know what they are doing!

The menu included lobster, mussels, BBQ chicken, corn, potatoes, coleslaw and watermelon. Your mouth watering? It should be. The food was delicious.

For the theme this year, Luke and I discussed throwing it as a true pool party. We built up a collection of floats from Big Mouth Inc. and wanted to blow them all up! We made a rule though – only 2 floats in the pool at a time. The rest were on the grass for guests to sit on and enjoy. We used tons of color inspired by the classic beach ball and served desserts and snacks to fit the theme.

When guests arrived I had a huge 3-tiered tray of fresh fruit and veggies from the farm. I also filled pails with chips, pretzels and popcorn.

No party of mine happens without customized water bottle labels. Maggie nailed the design and they looked so fun filled in a beverage bucket by our bar cart.

Best part of our bar? The beer selection. Abby and Maggie befriended the people at Narragansett, so we reached out to them about supplying some beer for the party. A few days later we received a shipment of these beers just for Luke’s party. HOW LUCKY ARE WE?! Our guests were throwing back these summer shandies like they were going out of style.

For dessert I worked with Angela at Making that Cake to put together the cutest desserts for this pool party. I pretty much died over the cupcakes that were Teddy Grahams floating in a peach ring on top of a blue (“water”) frosted vanilla cupcake. Does it get more perfect than this?!

Then there was the cake. Out of this world. Not even one slice was left…and yes this was as huge as it looks!

We capped the desserts off with some cookie sandwiches that I thought would make for a fun edition. Luckily the kids were able to swim off all this sugar as soon as they finished devouring all these goodies!

We sang Happy Birthday and had a few sub in kids by our side in Gavin’s absence.

All in all it was the perfect day, party and celebration for my baby boy. Happy 5th Birthday Luke! You’re growing up too fast. My heart can no longer handle this. I love you.

xx, Seri
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June 30, 2017

Taking a Blizzard Break with Dairy Queen

If there’s ever a time to slow down and take a break at work, it’s during the summer. When the sun is blazing and it’s hot outside, sometimes you just gotta give yourself a well deserved break.

That “taking a break” frame of mind was the inspiration for how we styled a spectacular event for Dairy Queen last week on the roof of Rare Bar and Grill.

With soaring views in the heart of the city, we turned this incredible space into the ultimate Summer Blizzard Bar where guests were invited to sample the new DQ Blizzard flavors, play games that we set up and take photos in front of the “Flip Yeah” station that we worked with Confetti System to create.

One of my favorite parts of this set up was the spoon art that we crafted on the face of the bar. Natalie and our friend Lindsey spent hours sticking these spoons onto the bar for a gorgeous backdrop.

There was a great group of kids who showed up to the event and not only got to enjoy the delicious DQ Soft Serve but got to try out the serving machine themselves!

We thought it would be fun to serve ice cold milk in cups that were rimmed with sprinkles. Needless to say these were a hit with the kiddos.

At the Flip Yeah photo station, our friends at Confetti System made an upside down Blizzard prop for our guests to pose with. Did you know that Blizzards can be flipped upside down and nothing spills out? I did not have a great appreciation for this fun fact till working with the DQ Team on this party!

The guys over at Manhattan Neon custom made a neon “Blizzard Bar” sign for us to display so guests knew exactly where to go for frozen treats.

We also included a couple of our favorite Double Cherry Pool and Watermelon pool floats from Big Mouth as props for our photo booth.

We sure did enjoy our #BlizzardBreak with Dairy Queen at this event. Happy Summer friends, stay cool!

Photos by Dave Robbins Photography

xx, Seri
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June 19, 2017

Chef Luke makes hummus & pita chips

As the school year is winding down, after school activities are also coming to an end. So the boys have had a lot of free time lately. Since Tuesdays opened up for Gavin he’s been asking to cook with Luke!

Luke loves hummus and we’ve been talking about making it so there you have it. We found the easiest recipe on our friend’s site, Weelicious. We added baked pita chips into the mix so the boys would have something good to dip when the hummus was ready!

The best part of this recipe? It’s healthy. Ugh. I love when that happens!

We set out a plate of veggies for the boys to eat while they were cooking (because they are always hungry) and they also dipped these into their hummus.

Want to see how it all went down? Watch it here.

xx, Seri
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June 1, 2017

LMP Travels: Three days in Paris with Two Kids

I have forever dreamt of taking my children to Europe but wanted to do so when they were good and ready so they would have some type of appreciation for such a special trip. Taking a trip to Paris was something I had discussed with my friend Ilana awhile back. When we first chatted about the idea we knew the kids were too young to even consider taking them. But a few years later, about 6 months ago, we were talking about planning a trip together and realized Gavin + Mazzy may be at an age that could work! So we did it. We booked a trip for the 4 of us to go to PARIS!

NOTE: Skip to the end of this blog post to go directly to a recap of our itinerary in Paris.

We decided to go over Memorial Day Weekend so the kids would only have to miss one day of school. It was a short amount of time to go so far so we had to really cram everything into the itinerary.  It wasn’t easy. The weather was unexpectedly HOT rising to almost 100 degrees every day but I was determined to make it the most memorable trip and did so by being relaxed and adjusting to the kids needs as we got through each day.

Before I share our planned itinerary vs. the actual itinerary please let me just say how thankful I am for all of the incredible advice and suggestions you all gave to us over Snapchat and Instagram. I am including many of your suggestions at the end of this post just in case others wish to use for a trip to Paris!

Ok here it is folks, the inside and out of our trip…

Planning Paris
Hotel – We booked the Westin Vendome. This hotel was suggested to me by a friend who works in Europe and whom I traveled to Paris with many years ago. Back in the day we stayed at one of those awesome little boutique hotels. Was great for a bunch of 20-something gals who just cared about shopping and fashion parties. However for this trip we needed a kid friendly, well located place to stay. It was a fantastic recommendation. We loved this hotel.
Babysitters – when traveling with kids and another adult be it my husband or a friend, I always book a babysitter for late in the night so I can enjoy an adults only dinner. I had arranged an English speaking babysitter through my travel agent, Tate Escapes prior to the trip but if you’re not as organized as me, don’t worry! Just speak to the concierge at the hotel and they will happily arrange.
Tickets to the sites and museums – Thank goodness someone told me to book tickets to the Eiffel tower in advance. If I didn’t take this advice, the tower would have sold out and we would not have had the opportunity to go up. Crazy I know. Someone referred me to Fat Tire Tours. I looked them up and immediately found their website super easy to navigate later finding out that they are an American company who runs tours in European cities. While on there I saw they offer picnics, bike rides and more. I booked it all!
Dinner Reservations – Seeing as I love to dine at fine restaurants, it was important to book them in advance. Luckily I had the foresight to book very late dinner reservations (9:30pm!) since our days were long and it was important to us to get the kids settled back in the hotel before ditching them for a night out. Worked out…perfectly each day that we planned adult dinners for.

Paris Itinerary:  Planned Vs. Actual

Day 1

10:30am Friday Morning we arrived in Paris.
Plan:  Take an uber.
Actual:  Uber didn’t speak English and couldn’t find us.  Canceled the Uber and took a taxi. 

11:30am Checked into hotel. Room wasn’t ready quite yet so we grabbed a bite.

Plan:  Eat lunch at hotel and then play in the Tuileries Garden.
Actual:  Ate lunch at the hotel but had to skip the Tuileries Garden as we did not have time before our first scheduled activity… 

After lunch, our room was ready. We went upstairs and got ourselves changed into shorts and a tee, loaded up on sunblock and packed a bottle of water.
Plan:  2:30pm – A Bike Tour of Paris.
Actual:  2:45pm – we made it a few minutes late…but thankfully the group waited for us and we got to go on a Bike Tour of Paris!

Finding the tour was super easy and our guide, Phil was the sweetest and so knowledgeable on the city and all the history behind the major attractions. We booked tandem bikes so Gavin and Mazzy could ride behind us and pedal if they weren’t too tired or, just enjoy the ride and see the sites. Gavin did a little bit of both and when the ride was over he told me it was “awesome”. Given the jet lag and heat, I was so thrilled and relieved to hear this.

I will tell you that the bike ride was long, almost 4 hours. It could have been 1-2 hours shorter in my opinion but we sure did cover a lot of ground and I would do it all over again in a heartbeat.

The kids were exhausted at the end of this ride. However they spotted a playground outside of the drop off and immediately ran towards it. It was so nice to sit and watch the run around and play for a short while…until they realized they were craving ICE CREAM! So we took a stroll and found a gelato stand. The perfect pit stop.

At this point it was late and all I had written on the itinerary following the bike ride was “Feed the Kids”.  We had a whole list of suggested restaurants to take the kids to however we had no idea where these restaurants were in relation to where we were at that moment. What we did know is that we were near the Seine river which we rode by on our bikes and noticed tons of really cool looking restaurants.

We hopped into a taxi to take us over there and then we walked along the water to find a place to eat. There were so many incredible looking bars there filled with gorgeous Parisian people drinking champagne and smoking cigarettes. If Ilana and I were alone, boy would that have been great. With the kiddos, it was like playing a game of survival of the fittest. We tried one spot (way too cool for us) and found nothing on the menu that the kids would eat. So we left and continued to stroll until we found a whole bunch of food carts. Bingo! A hamburger for Mazzy and Dim Sum Dumplings for Gavin. The kids ate while Ilana and I sipped on Rosé. It was perfect.

I had booked the babysitter for 8pm and she was waiting for us at the hotel when we arrived back with the kids. Her name was Hannah and she could not have been more fantastic. She wore glasses, looking just like a school teacher. She spoke perfect English and she was immediately hands on with the kids, helping them get ready for bed. We all felt very at ease with Hannah right off the bat.

Ilana and I got the kids into their jammies and tucked into bed. Then we hopped in the shower and were off to our dinner.

Plan:  9:30pm at L’Atelier Robuchon
Actual: 9:30pm at L’Atelier Robuchon!

We ordered a bottle of wine and the chef’s tasting menu. I was super excited until…I passed out at the dinner table. Poor Ilana was literally talking to herself. She was doing her very best to keep me awake by telling me animated stories and that’s when the unspeakable happened. Just as she was reaching the climax of a old dating story, her hands whipped up into the air at the same time that the waiter was about to place a foamy egg served in a martini glass down in front of her. The egg went FLYING and landed onto her lap then made a skip and a jump onto the table next to us, finally landing on the floor shattering glass and egg all over the place. Believe it if you can, Ilana came away from this episode without one drop of egg on her clothes, only finding the egg on her napkin.

This was the point in the meal when Ilana suggested I order a coffee. They brought me an espresso. I was later up till 5am.  No matter how that dinner went down, we had a great night.

Day 2

Plan: Wake up at 9am to eat breakfast in the hotel (it was included with our room package)
Actual: Woke up at 10:30am and missed breakfast in the hotel. 

Since we were going on a walking tour (which is exciting for us adults who care about seeing pretty buildings however less than thrilling to a 7 year old child), I wanted to somehow make it sound cool for Gavin. I asked him if he’d like to be our photographer for the day, and in charge of my really good camera. His eyes lit up like he had just won the lottery and he accepted this job with great enthusiasm!

Plan: 11am – meet Sarah, a Mommy Shorts Fan, who offered to give us on a walking tour of Montmarte and have lunch at Marcel.
Actual: 11:30am – met Sarah at the Moulin Rouge with starving children who had no interest in walking and walked straight to lunch (well…we found a kids clothing store along the way and that they had interest in. They each chose a few items to purchase. Well worth it – tee shirts were $5 bucks!).

12:30pm: Lunch (I mean breakfast) at Marcel. It was SO lovely! Gavin ordered Bagels & Lox just like the good little Jewish boy that he is and I had EGGS and a Mimosa. We were hot but happy!

After lunch we officially began the walking tour. It felt like the temperature had risen to 4,000 degrees and the streets were all upward hills but we powered through to enjoy the beauty of this area.

Sarah took us down hidden paths and past the most beautiful homes as well as right by the Sacré Coeur. Gavin stopped to photograph it all, but his main focus was Mazzy…

After about a half hour of walking, we knew we had to finish up and give the kids a break to do something that they were interested in. Ilana was dying to go to the Louis Vuitton Foundation. A museum that is apparently wonderful for kids. Sarah told us that right behind this museum was a beautiful amusement park. Done. We were heading there for the afternoon. But before we finished walking Montmarte, Sarah made sure we got to see the best parts.

A flamingo and wizard wall….

The Wall of Love…

And of course, Ice Cream!

We even walked by a photo booth right in the middle of the street. Gavin and Mazzy hopped in as we scrambled to find change and walked away with the cutest strip of photos.

Plan for the Afternoon: Walk through Saint Germain or the Canal St. Martin
Actual: Le Jardin acclimatation

Never in my life…have I seen a more beautiful amusement park. The trees and even the rides, it was gorgeous! The kids were in all of their glory. Ilana and I looked at each, took a sigh of relief and had the biggest smile on our face for the rest of the day knowing how happy they were.

Beleive it or not, we made our way into the Louis Vuitton Museum, to cool off! It was literally in the park and it was so fabulous.

We weren’t in the museum for all that long, but long enough to take some beautiful photos and see a few of the exhibits. We went right back to the park and grabbed a bite for the kids while fitting in a few more rides.

Back to the hotel we went and as planned, Hannah, our babysitter was there right on time for Ilana and I to enjoy another night out.

Plan: Grab a drink at the Ritz and then dinner at 9:30pm
Actual: Straight to dinner at Clover for 9:30pm, drink at the Ritz after dinner

Dinner was incredible. Delicious and beautiful. This restaurant came recommended to us and we loved it. However if I did it all over again, I would have loved to eat at a local cafe on the street in Saint Germain, where they serve traditional Mussels + Frites.

After dinner we did make it to the Ritz Hotel and it was lovely. Truffled cashews, chips and olives were served with our cocktail and even though we were stuffed from dinner we savored every bite. After our cocktail we were so close to our hotel we were able to walk home.

Day 3

Plan for the Morning: Wake up at 8am, breakfast at Lou Lou and play at the Luxemborg Gardens. Pick up the picnic I ordered from Fat Tire Tours for our lunch in the afternoon.
Actual: Woke up at 10am, made it to the hotel breakfast, walked to Palais Royal for photos, picked up picnic food even though we had ordered picnic food, missed our window to pick up the picnic that we ordered so I called the hotel and asked them to pick it up, went to the Musee D’Orsay.

Day 3, was a highlight of the trip. First of all, the jet lag was starting to wear off and the kids were starting to adjust to the time change. The heat was still intense but we had many plans and they were plans that we intended on sticking to.

Ilana was raving about the Palais Royal. Said we had to get over there just for a photo op. She was right. It was unreal. It was a short walk from our hotel and along the way we walked right past Angelina’s, a bakery that almost every single person I know suggested we pop into. So we did just that, popped in..and left with a box of macarons.

What we weren’t expecting when we got to the Palais Royal, was a full blown Orchestra to be playing outside, for all to enjoy.  It was incredible. We listened to the music and then strolled over to the rose garden to take photos of the gorgeous flowers before making our wait out of this fantastic area.

Next on our list was to visit the Luxemborg Gardens. We heard it was a great place for kids to run around with sailboats that they could control and more. We passed by a small market and stopped in for some fruit, wine and flowers to take with us to the garden. I found the most beautiful peonies at this market and loaded up with bags full of goodies to enjoy outside.

We grabbed a taxi and the second we took off, it started to rain. CHANGE OF PLANS. We had to think quickly and asked the driver to take us to the Musee D’Orsay. No better plan than a museum for a rainy day. The only problem was…I was terrified the kids would hate it AND we didn’t have tickets so I was worried about the line…

To my great great surprise, the line was long but moved so fast we waited no more than 10 minutes to get in, there was a coat check at the museum to store all of the picnic items I had just purchased AND the best part was, the kids LOVED every moment of this museum. From the fact that it was an old train station, to photographing every corner, to the New York Statue of Liberty sculpture that they recognized when they walked in to the art that Gavin knew about from his school studies. My heart was so full I thought it may explode.

Plan for the afternoon:
2pm – picnic at the Champs de Mars in front of the Eiffel Tower
3:45pm – Tour the Eiffel Tour (fast pass to the second level)
6:15pm – Dinner Cruise on the Seine River
9:30pm – Bus Tour of Paris at night

Actual: AS ABOVE! We did it!…

The afternoon was filled with plans and tours that we committed to. We would have been out a nice chunk of change if we couldn’t make these plans. Not to mention, we were all very excited about what was ahead! Most especially, seeing the Eiffel Tower.

We all had outfits specifically planned for the Eiffel Tower so after the museum we hopped in one of those biker cabs and took a ride home. Was a total fortune but worth every penny, kids loved it.

We changed our outfits and packed our bags knowing we wouldn’t be back at the hotel till around midnight.

We had asked the concierge to pick up the picnic that I booked from Fat Tire Tours since we couldn’t make it there during the window that was allotted to us.

I had dreams of setting up this lavish picnic with the gorgeous peonies that I found, wine, cheese and baguettes.

When we got to the park, the sun was so hot I quite literally thought we all may melt. So landing our picnic blanket in front of the eiffel tower was not an option, we had to run for the shade where the tower was hidden behind trees. My heart was broken. My dream was dead. And ready for this? We went to unpack the picnic and half of the picnic items that I had ordered – WERE NOT IN THERE. NO salami, NO cheese, no protein. There was salad and bread.  I almost fainted. Long story short…it was stolen. So we think. Moral of this story? Pick up the picnic yourself like you’re supposed to!

Our picnic should have been an hour+ however we had to cut it short to find food for the kids before heading into the Eiffel Tower. I told Ilana, Listen – I’m going to run over to the middle of the park, front + center of the Eiffel Tower and set up a quick picnic for a moment. It was worth every, crazy person second for that one shot.

Off we went to the Eiffel Tower. Along the way, Ilana found a shop with chicken sandwiches so we were able to feed the kids. Watching Gavin gaze up at the tower was one of my favorite moments. He knew he was in a place that was truly special and one he would always remember.

Remember above I told you tickets to the Eiffel Tower could sell out?  Well even though I booked well in advance, the top floor tickets had sold out! So we had tickets to the second floor. Honestly?  I did not care. I inquired about going to the top when we were there. When they told us it was a 40 minute wait we said sianara and just made the best of being on the second floor. And by that I mean we found ice cream for the kids and champagne for us. I grabbed my peonies that I had been schlepping around ALL DAY and took them for a photo with my plastic cup of champagne. Perfection? For me, yes! And the kids…were relaxed in the shade. It was all good.

Next up, was our dinner cruise on the Seine river. Someone had suggested the Bateaux Parisiene. We looked into it and when we saw it was only an hour and a half, had a great menu that the kids would enjoy we went for it. You guys…it was the best. The kids were relaxed, Ilana and I sipped on wine, the food was delicious, Paris was whizzing by us, it was pure perfection.

To close out the trip, Ilana had suggested we take a bus tour of the city at night. I was worried it would wreck the kids to be up so late but we said screw it. It’s a once and a lifetime opportunity for them, so who cares! Well who cares was right. It was that bus ride where the children got to see and truly feel the magic of Paris. All of the major sites lit up at night ending at the Eiffel Towel sparkling like we were in a movie, it was out of this world.

At the end of the day, it’s not easy traveling with kids. It never is easy. You always need to adjust and be flexible. Ilana wrote all about the truth of traveling with kids and provided a huge list of tips that you can read here. However there’s no doubt this trip was one that we will have in our memories forever and I am so grateful that I got to go on with Gavin.

Here is our itinerary recapped for easy reference:
Day 1
Hotel check in + Lunch
Bike Ride with Fat Tire Tours
Grab an ice cream
Dinner on the Seine River – food carts, leisurly
Babysitter arranged through the hotel
Adult dinner at L’Atelier Robuchon

Day 2
Walking tour of Montmarte & the Sacre Cour
Lunch at Marcel
Afternoon at the Le Jardin acclimatation
Cool off and be amazed by the beauty of the Louis Vuitton Foundation
Babysitter arranged through the hotel
Adult dinner at Clover
Drinks at the Ritz Hotel

Day 3
Breakfast at the hotel
Stop by Angelina’s for macarons and pastries
Walk to Palais Royal for a photo
Musee D’Orsay
Picnic at the Champs De Mars (the park directly in front of the Eiffel Tower)
Tour of the Eiffel Tour
Dinner Cruise on the Seine River
Play time at the rock climbing wall on the Seine River
L’Open Bus Tour of Paris at Night

From our followers – suggested sites and restaurants that we did not make it to:
Climb the L’Arc D’Triomphe
Take a photo from the top of the Montparnasse Tower
Take a photo at the Musee Carnavalet
Scavenger Hunt at the Louvre
Luxemborg Gardens
Visit the Opera House, Notre Dame, Walk St. Germain and the Canal St. Martin

Restaurants for kids:
Grand Corona in the 7th near the Seine River
Marais area – many kid friendly spots specifically recommeded was La Du Falfel
Breizh Café for crepes
Diep for Chinese food
Chez L’Ami Jean

Lastly I’ll say that this was a short trip. If you can fit in a few more days, do so. It takes at least 48 hours for the kids to adjust to the time change and feel settled after flying in from so far away.

Au Revoir Paris! Till next time…

xx, Seri
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  2. Marissa

    Awesome blog! What a trip! Sounds heavenly. I would have loved to have gone with my girls. Maybe one day…..

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