Come out and play (group)

Yes! If I can recommend to anyone a time to move it’s definitely spring. A little bit of sunshine makes every change a little better and happier.

In my first week in Luxembourg I met a mother with her child at the hospital. She was very nice and suggested to introduce me to a Whatsapp mothers’ ‘Playgroup’. So last week, when the sun was out, there were a few moms & kids of the playgroup that met at Parc Merveilleux, a kind of small zoo/playground for kids. It really felt as an adventure, going there by myself and meet a group of people I had never met before. With the little one in the carrier, Jules in his discovery mode and all new impressions, connecting to  others is a little challenging now. It takes a few hours and a happy exhausted toddler before we get back home again. For me surviving these adventures really feels like passing through a jungle. I must be glad moved to Luxembourg instead of a real jungle ;-).


This Monday morning was the usual weekly meeting of the playgroup, where one mother hosted the meet up and we all came to her house. Wow! A whole bunch of moms and kids. Experienced moms bringing homemade banana bread, sweets and saying hello through singing songs for the kids. How nice and how I can learn a lot from them, so prepared and relaxed.

I hope the sun comes out way more often, so we can go out play, meet & greet people. It looks like people are very open to meet and with the spring around let the adventures begin!

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2 thoughts on “Come out and play (group)

  1. Leuke blog weer, Pous! En wat super tof dat er zulke groepjes bestaan waarbij je zo welkom bent om bij aan te sluiten! Tot snel, dikke x!

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