Israeli “Who’s on First”

"יש לי חנות." "מה יש בחנות?" "פיצה וקוסקוס. מה את רוצה?" "פיצה." "אין לי." "אבל אמרת שיש פיצה?? אוקי אז קוסקוס." "אין לי." "אז מה יש??" "כלום." "אז אני רוצה כלום." "אין לי!" "אבל אמרת שיש כלום!" Little does he realize this is EXACTLY how it happens here. #sabrakids Loose translation: "I have a store."... Continue Reading →

8 things I’ve already learned this Chanukah

It's only the fourth night and I can point to eight things I've learned this Chanukah: Chanukah is really really really hard with comprehending kids and not much/no family around. Watching your other immigrant friends run around to local family parties with parents, in-laws, siblings, etc. is tough. Giving out-of-the-blue presents to a small child... Continue Reading →

Koala update: Three years.

Koala, if you'll wait patiently over there a minute (ha) while I tell the future parents/new parents a little secret: One thing I've learned this past year is that the 'terrible twos' is a misnomer. The alleged phase starts way earlier than two, and by the time that two is turning into a three, it's... Continue Reading →

The magic of being bilingual.

On the way to gan this morning, Koala spotted a firetruck on the road. Obviously, this made his morning, and for the rest of the way cried out in excitement, "Fire truck! Fire truck woke up! Fire truck is here!" He was still talking about it as we walked up to the gan door, so... Continue Reading →

Ok, Tel Avivim too.

This is for Rafman. Saw this a while ago, thought to post, and then thought twice because it's in Hebrew. But screw it. Now presenting: שיט שתל אביבים אומרים (Shit Tel Avivim Say)

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