At least the dog didn’t eat his homework

At the Lego store in Copenhagen. One of those few moments when I actually wish I was younger!..

Late last night Hannes realized he had a pretty big homework assignment for his Russian class today. So I ended up staying up till pretty late with him, helping him out whenever he got stuck on whether to use the past active participle or the present passive one.

Now I’m up and accompanying him for breakfast, but I know that as soon as he gets out the door I’ll be back in the bed again!


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6 Responses to At least the dog didn’t eat his homework

  1. Meredith says:

    So you know Swedish, English and Russian? Wow, that’s impressive. Were you born in Sweden?

  2. Araceli Estrada says:

    I love the Lego Store! Don’t you just love how there can be so much fun in a bucket of legos? There are not as many lego stores here anymore. Not sure why.

    So sweet of you to help Hannes. Sooooo, how many languages do you know? I bet you know more. I wish I knew more. I only know Spanish and English. That’s it :-(

  3. Manderz says:

    I would love to learn Russian one day. Although I have my doubts it will happen since I have no one to practice with (and not practicing means I lost most of my French).

  4. Cinz says:

    awwwwwwwwwww….that is sooo sweet of you to do that for Hannes:) Gosh, been a while since i’ve checked your blog and there’s so much update! I loveeeeee it!:D

    You speak Russian? That’s soo amazing! I speak English, Cantonese, and Danish but i would loveeeeee to learn more languages (always wanted to learn Japanese or French!!). But I guess the good thing about Swedish and Danish is that it’s kinda similar eh? lol


  5. I always played with Lego when I was little… Your blog is refreshing ;)

  6. jill says:

    So sweet of you to help him out like that! And, returning to bed when he goes to school = win! :)

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