Just wanted to mention that there is a facebook group called Playdate Network France...great idea to become a member and put yourself on the members map. Unfortunately there is only one other member on the map in my area, but most other areas have lots of people. It's just an informal group and way to organise playdates in your area...albeit probably in English, but Mayken you might be able to find German speakers...
English speaking Canadian Mom, French speaking Dad, happily transitioning to minority language at home (English) with our baby daughter in France.
Thanks Joanna, I'll check it out. Though I do hope that with the bilingual school starting in September, my daughter will make friends among the German kids there (we've already met 2 at the open door day and have known a third one for years).
I live in Seine et Marne near Disneyland and I'm trying to make my boy (he's 1 year old) bilingual in French-English. I'm a French native-speaker and I would like to meet some native-English mums if there are any? Or maybe just talking via Skype?
Mayken: My girl and I are going to see her ml grandma in our ml country for the Easter weekend. (And buy more books!)
Apr 13, 2017 4:35:53 GMT 9
Adam Beck: Mayken, I hope you two have a fun, book-happy weekend!
Apr 13, 2017 5:23:08 GMT 9
Mayken: On the train from Paris to Cologne we sat next to another ml mother and daughter from our school! Only noticed when almost in Cologne. It's a small ML-ml world!
Apr 13, 2017 21:40:37 GMT 9
Amy: Got fleeting impression during Skype call with daughter on holiday at grandparents' in ml1 country, that her ml1 pronunciation has improved! She even seemed more confident speaking in ml2!
Apr 14, 2017 23:12:48 GMT 9
Adam Beck: Mayken and Amy, you and your kids are both doing so well! Keep up your wonderful efforts!
Apr 15, 2017 21:26:50 GMT 9
Mayken: During the traditional German Easter fire, my daughter met her friend from her school day in the ml school! So many birds with one stone! (Sorry for the birds ;))
Apr 16, 2017 18:51:11 GMT 9