I’m really excited to have a new A Kid’s Life interview on the blog today. As I’ve mentioned before, this is a great way to see how families from around the world live their daily life. We get a peek into a different culture by seeing what an average family’s daily grind is like. So far we’ve had interviews with families from Italy, Japan, America, The Philippines, Canada, Belgium, Germany, Holland, New Zealand and Australia (Tasmania). I’ve loved all the families I’ve interviewed and I hope to meet some in person in the future. Today we have a visit from a wonderful Colombian family. I was put into contact with Andrea through Giova who did our Holland interview. Andrea lives with her family in Bogota, Colombia. She’s an architect who is currently at home with her daughter and an avid and passionate crafter (check out her hair accessory line here on Facebook). Andrea is a hands-on mother who spends every afternoon with her daughter and beloved dog Niebla going to parks, playdates or doing something artistic. After reading the interview I am in shock at what time school starts at Andrea’s daughter’s school. I won’t be complaining about our 6:45 am wake-ups anymore. And I can relate to the birthday parties that she talks about attending so often. We also seem to have one every other week. Oh the joys of having popular and well liked kids! So read on and find out what life is like for this Colombian family.
What country do you live in? We live in Colombia, in Bogotá, the capital city. Bogotá is huge, and it´s hectic and beautiful at the same time. Are you and your husband the same nationality? Yes, we are both Colombian, and we are also Spanish. Do you both work? Or does someone stay at home? I stay at home and sometimes work from home. How many languages are spoken in your house? What one(s)? We speak Spanish. My husband and I also know English. And my husband knows German because he attended a German school as a kid. Now our daughter is attending that same school and is starting to learn German too. I wish I spoke German, but I’ve tried and it’s not easy at all!
How many kids do you have? What are their ages? We have one girl, Gabriela. She is 5 “and a half”, as she would say. Click to continue reading interview! Continue reading