ABOUT ME

Hi there! I’m Tani De Gregorio. The one behind this little blog. ‘Our big Dubai adventure’ started about three years ago when I quit my job in a multinational in Switzerland to follow my husband to sunny Dubai where we are living now with our two little munchkins, Luca (3) and Maëva (nearly 2).

This blog is not about the glamorous life of an expat wife. There’s just too many baby wipes and too few high heels in my life for that.

Instead, it’s about our daily adventures in the sandpit. About motherhood away from home. It’s about the kids. About fun things for them to do. Things you might not have heard of otherwise. It’s about workshops. And cool places to explore. In this amazing city we call home. At least for a little while…

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Carla
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Heart warming post, makes me want to finish commenting right now and just jump to the bed where my kids are right now. Night

Abigail
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Just when I thought I knew it all..my kids would make me realize that I still have a lot to learn.
Beautiful post.

Hi! I'm Zeyna!
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Beautiful post, and so true how we have gone past the age of child-napping, yet we still don’t talk to strangers!

Shea
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Shea

I had to read this twice, so very true Tani. You have left my mind racing with so many great points to ponder. This one in particular sticks in my mind – “I try to do one thing at a time. For now, I am their world. So, they should be mine.” It’s tricky isn’t it…X

Paula Medronho
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They bring you back full circle don’t they!

JewelBox
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We all start off full of promise and potential, without boundaries or, at least, not knowing what those boundaries are. Gradually, though whether by necessity or age or expectation, we lose a little of our speed, power, agility, depth, wonder, fun…
I would love to recapture the fearlessness I had as a child, when my parents told me I could achieve anything I wanted and I believed them.

onegeekofaparent
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Seriously, I wish my kid taught me to ‘grow up’ yet continue seeing things from their ‘eyes’.

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