Here’s our chief-animator and supermom. In her previous life Jolien was a girl scout, which nowadays comes in handy.
Finally, I found some time to edit the photo-series. Photography is my first love and inextricably linked to my happiness.
Lenne and Aino talking and laughing with their grandmother. She was infected by the corona-virus and was very sick but is slowly recovering.<
My everything finding some peace and tranquility during a yoga-session with the kids. Her restless husband is the cause of a lot of stress in our household. I’m very happy the yoga helps her finding some much needed rest.
Lenne’s desk, filled with drawings and calculations. He’s easily drawn into an imaginary world which he creates to escape reality.
Kissing my love, the lockdown created a lot of arguments and tension between us, but we are still very much in love.
Jolien is correcting Lenne’s schoolwork. According to the directives of the ministry of education, children have to work 4 hours a day and parents should spend two hours a week with each child. In reality our kids work 5 to 6 hours a day and we spend up to 5 hours a day coaching, teaching and correcting.
Jolien during a videoconference-call with the management of the school where she teaches. They just decided to reopen in September and meanwhile continue with distance learning.
Aino and Jolien with a face mask, on their way to buy more... face masks.
Lenne, exhausted and totally fed up with homeschooling. Surely, it wasn’t always a walk in the park, but we are so proud of him. During the past 3 months he worked very hard and made the best of it.
The kids and Jolien, reading in ‘Monstrous microbes’ by well-known virologist Marc Van Ranst. In this book, he explains viruses and bacteria to children. Now Wannes finally starts to understand the strange world we live.