The New MIT Museum

Some impressions from the new MIT museum. We had actually hoped to do the high-speed, multiple exposure imaging of water droplets and balloon popping to investigate fluid dynamics — something … Continue reading The New MIT Museum

Pretzel Mania 2022 🥨

We had so much fun at Simon’s first official cubing competition in Pennsylvania over the weekend! It was a treat in itself to finally attend an event where children are … Continue reading Pretzel Mania 2022 🥨

Our First Month in the US

It has been exactly a month since our first day in Boston. Our heads and my phone are about to burst from the sheer number of impressions and stimuli we … Continue reading Our First Month in the US

Impressions of Our Last Month in Europe

During our last month in Europe, Simon has been flirting with pure math again, trying to find possible answers to complex questions. Doodling during our bedtime reading, he drew a … Continue reading Impressions of Our Last Month in Europe

Free to Swim

Our summer vacation in Southern France is over but our daily life continues to radiate freedom to learn and explore at our own pace. Swimming was one of those things … Continue reading Free to Swim

How many water molecules are there?

Simon and Neva don’t like going to the beach, which breaks my heart. But on the rare occasions I do manage to talk everyone into a family trip to the … Continue reading How many water molecules are there?

World Cleanup Day 2020

10 times the volume of an olympic swimming pool of plastic waste ends up in the world ocean every hour. E v e r y h o u r. Today … Continue reading World Cleanup Day 2020

ProLang: Simon’s first jam submission

Amidst all the traveling in August, Simon was working on his first serious coding competition submission. Together with a friend from Australia, he was building a new programming language called … Continue reading ProLang: Simon’s first jam submission

Math at the beach

We also visited another old favorite, the beach in Noordwijk. By the way, that’s where ESA is located, toon (they’ve got an awesome space museum we used to frequent when … Continue reading Math at the beach