Theo hasn’t had a haircut since we left the US, and his bangs have been slowly creeping over his eyes. When I suggested he might get a haircut, he was very eager, probably because thus far hair salons and airplanes have been the only places where he’s really watched television.
There are so many playgrounds in Lyon that deciding where to visit on any particular day can be overwhelming. (We acknowledge that this is a lovely problem to have.)
Really tasty. Brian asked if we could go back every day.
Zagreb has an amazing daily market with produce, cheese, meat, pasta, baked goods, pickled foods, and even specialty items like tofu and seitan.
We’re never quite sure how experiences that require lots of sitting will go with our two year old. This one went well. Even though the hour-long performance of Bambi was entirely in Croatian, Theo was still asking for more at the end.
Since we’re headed to somewhat warmer climates for the rest of the winter (Turkey and then Cyprus), we were excited to get a dose of snow before we left Croatia, even if it has made exploring Zagreb a bit more shivery.