Our son returned to school after his three month summer break on Monday this week. He’s now in his second year of elementary school in Italy, and we were happy with the school and his progress. Year two is not off to a great start thanks to the reforms of Italy’s Education minister Mariastella Gelmini.
Christmas is a coming, and the little one has asked Santa for a guitar. Don’t tell him, but Santa picked up a guitar for the little fellow today. This Santa likes guitars too.
Our little one went in for an operation today. The op was to have a cyst like thing removed from the sinus area between his nose and eye.
Thanks to the miracles of modern medicine and good Italian doctors, the keyhole surgery seems to have been a success.
Our little one made a mess in the bathroom.
My son continues to surprise us. For a 4.5 year old he has quite a devious mind. Just today after I had picked the light blighter up from school, we stopped off in a bar, or rather we were induced into entering the bat. I was with the mother of one of his friends, and […]
Today was a little hectic. We had to get up early and head off to a hospital on one side of town so our son could have some blood samples taken. The doctors want to know why his level of anti-corpuscles is falling slightly and this means they want to carry out series of tests […]
Yep, we went to the Regina Elena clinic in Milan today to see one Professoressa Marchisio, an expert on infections of the respiratory tracts in children, in order to hear the results of our little one’s recent, and now, routine blood test.
Our little one has added several slightly more colourful words to his already quite extensive vocabulary.
I love this photo, which I shot this summer, whilst playing with black and white settings and the sepia on-camera filter.