Posted by: Naomi Baltuck | September 25, 2014

Adventures in Lithuania

Hey guys! My daughter Bea has a blog, Adventures in Hats, and she has just posted about her own experiences in Lithuania after we dropped her off in Vilnius following our family travels in Lithuania and Poland. I love her sense of humor and unique perspective and hope you will too.

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  1. I went over and wow, she did a great job! What a good Mom you are.

    Nancy

    • Dear Nancy,
      Thanks so much for your visit to Bea’s site, and for your very kind thoughts about it. I think she did a great job too!
      I can’t take credit for my kids’ accomplishments, as they work hard to do what they do, but I am proud of them.
      Best wishes for a great autumn,
      Naomi

  2. Thanks for sharing, Naomi. I see a lot of Bea’s mother in her writing. 🙂

    • Hi Patti,
      Thanks so much for the visit, and for sharing your generous response!

  3. She is amazing, but you are too. Thank you, love, nia

    • Dear Nia,
      Thanks so much. You are very kind. My son is living and teaching in Malatya now! He really enjoys Turkey.

  4. I always perk up when her blog posts hit my e-mail. I’m a happy follower!

  5. She takes after her mother! Can’t wait to read more from her!

    • Thanks so much, Naomi. I am looking forward to it too!

  6. Thanks for sharing, Naomi.

    janet

    • Hi Janet,
      I appreciate your visit.

  7. Bea is going to be a great blogger. 🙂 Thanks for pointing me to her, Naomi.

  8. That was a beautiful account Naomi. Thanks for the link.


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