Children are great teachers of how to be fully present in the moment and really notice small details about their surroundings that adults, rushing to the next must-see place, often miss. We slow down to let our daughter hold cherry blossoms in her hand, or watch bugs crawl across rocks. We do less but also see more of everything we do at the same time. The joy of travel comes not just from our own thrill of seeing a new place now, but also from watching our daughter embrace new cultures and confidently adapt to whatever city we might be in. This is why we travel with our child, to see amazing places but also to teach her to be a citizen of the world and to enjoy each moment through her eyes. Photo taken at the @nybg where we spent the better part of one fine spring day sitting in #cherryblossom trees. #familytravel#takeyourkidseverywhere#travelwithkids#wearetravelmums
While everybody in my timeline went to RPC (Hope you all had a wounderful time there! I am totally not jealous ;) :P ) @goobearlein and me went to our first wedding this year.
If you are interested: I´m going to post some previews in my IntaStorys :D.
But now, let´s resume the flower-picture-spam with @livia_digs ;).
это фото напоминает мне фон какого-нибудь аниме: провода в небе, цветущая сакура и железнодорожная станция. кажется, одна картинка собрала в себе все основные символы японской мультипликации.
this photo reminds me of a typical anime background drawings: power wires in the sky, cherry blossom and the railway station. it seems that this one picture has all the main symbols of the Japanese animation.