Kids and Culture: Part 2

Time for more “Kids and Culture!” I hope you all had a wonderful Easter! We are just beginning our celebration of Easter this week (Orthodox calendar, though we are not Orthodox) and I am very much looking forward to this week of reflection. I wanted to get the second post up for you all. I hope you are enjoying seeing little snapshots of each others lives!

From Ginger in Poland:




(All 3 beautiful photos are of Ginger’s children and their friends)

From Heidi in Asia:


Daniel, Hadassah, and Sarah, with kids at a Confucius temple

From Crystal in Swaziland:

chapmans-boys-at-madonsaCrystal’s older kids with some of the kids that they work with at Children’s Cup Carepoints for orphans and vulnerable kids

From Jan in Mexico:

hueytlalpanJan’s kids having fun playing with one of the local kids!

From Janice in Niger:

dcam0078Janice’s daughter’s first day of school

Check back soon for the last “Kids and Culture” post! (I decided that I am going to make fewer longer posts rather than a bunch of shorter ones just because it is so fun to see so many different cultures all side by side. Beautiful!)


4 Responses to “Kids and Culture: Part 2”

  1. 1 Ashley L. April 13, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    Also, I only linked to blogs if you specifically gave me permission. If you would like me to add a link to your blog and I didn’t already, just let me know and I will edit the post! Thanks!

  2. 2 Stonefox April 14, 2009 at 4:18 am

    Ashley, these photos really are delightful. Some cracked me up! Thanks again for doing this!

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