Off to School We Go…

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Learning Chinese is definitely a family affair these days.
We also believe in starting the education process early.

Our youngest, 4 months old tomorrow, goes with us to class Mon-Fri from 9-12 as part of our family study plan.
Not to mention it’s easier to feed her that way.
Today she would only calm down if she had my textbook open in front of her.

Our lovely teacher, Sonya, doesn’t mind the extra student either.

And at breaktime, all the staff and teachers at our language school come to our classroom and find her if we don’t emerge into the lobby quickly enough, to hold her and coo at her royal highness.

By the end of the morning, she’s usually out for the count.
At least her tuition is free.

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  1. søt, men det kan ikkje vere så lett å konsentrere seg på kinesisk når ein må underholde henne. No at LilyAnn er 3 mnd er ho mykje meir våken, og det er ikkje akkurat som om eg trur eg hadde klart å holde hodet kaldt for å lære språket. Får du b-hage til henne etter kvart da- dit storebror går? er det alt du gjer om dagen i veka for tida eller jobbar du litt som lege m/ Brian, på konferanse og slik? Interessant innlegg om språkene. Eg holder alle 4 ved like, men hadde eg lært noko som kinesisk, hadde tysken vore den 1. på veg ut!

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