Monthly Archives: February 2012

Passports, or a tale of trout and trains

So, baby A’s passports both came through, issued one day apart, and I now feel compelled to indulge in a spot of comparative iconographical analysis. On the one hand we have her British passport (here is the official flickr gallery). … Continue reading

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Adventures with a baby 1: the Art Institute of Chicago

It was my birthday on Monday, and I decided the best way to celebrate was by going on a solo expedition with baby A involving long trips on public transport with dubious lift access. Yes – we were going on … Continue reading

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Hold your hand in the air like you really really care

Oh what a fool I was. Turns out baby A can leave the country on her British passport, but she can’t come back in unless we get her an American one. The idea of leaving her behind in Mexico next … Continue reading

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