Femme au foyer

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Femme au foyer
After living in the volcano region of France we have moved to South Carolina, where through Femme au Foyer the culinary, travel, and parenting experiences of France continue to be a part of our daily life.
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  • Pura vida - a Costa Rica birthday 1 day ago The birthday tradition in our family is as follows; the birthday boy gets to invite as many guests as he is years-old, and pretty much has free reign over a theme, within reason. So when the almost-6-year-old decides he would like to have a Costa Rica party I started the ball rolling on a...
  • Five on Friday - Earth Market, Upstate Farm Tour and GrowJourney 4 days ago The Slow Food Earth Market has a new location! This community-run farmer's market was formerly at the Roper Mountain Science Center, but has found its new home at the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery. Products for sale at the monthly market are local & seasonal, produced using sustainable methods, and...
  • A hike up Glassy Mountain 6 days ago It might seem as if all we are doing recently is hiking… and it isn’t far from the truth! This time of year it feels as if there is such a short window before the summer heat makes trudging through the woods unbearable, and so we are taking full advantage of every beautiful spring day! With...
  • Seven years! 1 week ago A lucky seven years for Roberts and me today! Priecīgu kāzu jubileju, Robert!!
  • A whirlwind tour of Greenville and the Upstate 1 week ago The mountain laurel is blooming!We might not have discovered this, if not for our guests… Included in our tour of the Upstate were stops at Wildcat Wayside (Wildcat Branch Falls), Bald Rock and Caesar’s Head State Park – where these gorgeous flowering shrubs were in various stages of...

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Website Reviews » There are 6 reviews on Femme au foyer

Terrance Jhennings
19:15 PM October 14, 2012

Reviewing all entries, this one looks good, pleasure to read and unique insights also

Daina Cers
21:06 PM October 14, 2012

Interesting descriptions on travels through Europe with kid-friendly activity advice and wonderful photographs. Often humorous entries, about attempting to recreate a recipe with ingredients commonly found in the US, but not so common in France.

Ilze Smidchens
19:08 PM October 15, 2012

very informative and interesting to read. I would compare them to Rick Steves narratives. The photos are outstanding

Anna
16:24 PM October 17, 2012

Heartfelt account of raising kids abroad and the challenges that raises. Informative for anyone needing expat information while living in France. Amazing photos documenting travels in and around France.

Inga
00:32 AM October 22, 2012

Literate, sincere, humorous, and personal writing allows readers a wonderful window into one expat family's adventures in Europe - both the exciting and positive as well as the frustrations. BEAUTIFUL photographs!

Leanne
03:48 AM December 12, 2012

I would love to live in France! But I don't, and that's why I started following this blog. Awesome pictures, but the best was hearing about her pregnancy... I thought having a baby in the US was hard, and here everyone speaks English!

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