Archives

Life with 3

Life and travel with 3 kids. Too expensive? Too hard? It all depends of the perspective, or your priorities. [...]

Do you get that too?

Every week, our kids ask for a day of rest. Esdras had time to rest, even in his business trip. Mariana only had when she ran away to Cardiff. Do you get time to rest? [...]

Impact Ireland 2016

Impact Ireland, the first contact that Mariana and Esdras ever had with Ireland. 8 years later it is still happening, now under another point of view. [...]

Sherlock, PJ Masks and the Gift of Being Ordinary

In a bedtime talk, the kids came up saying that mommy was a genius. But it is not exactly what she thinks about herself. [...]

Happy birthday to me

Remember that childhood dream that you gave up because didn’t have money, or time, or someone to help? Well, mine came true now, on my 31st birthday! Actually, it’s just the beginning because I’m starting to learn to play it. [...]

New Year Resolutions for 2016

Do you usually write down your New Year Resolutions? I used to do it in Brazil, stopped it for a while, then did it again this year. I’m sharing my goals for 2016, nothing too big, all simple and direct. [...]

Aurora Hunting with the Kids

We’ve been to the Viking World, to lakes and hot springs, among other activities. But will we be able to see the Northern Lights? [...]

Holidays again

The Alves Passos family is on holidays again! This time in Iceland [...]

Stationary holidays

The Alves Passos have been in another trip. From Ireland to France by ferry, staying in a mobile home, in a campsite. Very different from the Camino, but as fun as that! [...]

Camino – Why Did We Do It With the Kids?

Everyone was saying: It’s crazy to take the girls! Three small kids! Are you sure? Today’s post is based on comments of this type, if you didn’t follow us during the trip, go back and read it from Day 1. I’m gonna list here some reasons why we took the kids to the Camino, but I start saying that the question shouldn’t be “Why taking the kids to the Camino?”, but indeed “Why NOT?” [...]