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#1 Astrid - Happiness Therapist

Astrid, 35 years old
Managing Director of Mister k.
the super mom of the team

“The love of a family, the center around which everything revolves, everything shines.”
—Victor Hugo—

2 accounts to follow:
Great Wednesday for my parents who are far from their grandchildren @coronaminuskid ideas for activities and DIYs with the kids
Your current favorite:
Drink with my 4 best friends every evening on the Houseparty app! We get ready as if we were there!
Your idea kids
@Mylittleday created his great blog "Happy confinement" with great tutorials
Your mood ?
Take my time in everything I do! 😊 For a mom entrepreneur, I don't think this has happened to me in a long, long time.


Occupy my tribe

To avoid being overwhelmed by a tribe: 4 adults (all teleworking) with 4 children (Pia: 2.5 years old, Jean: 3.5 years old, Cléa: 4 years old, Louise: 5.5 years old, fortunately we are tied 😊), we “try” as much as possible to set a framework and impose schedules. In the morning we have breakfast before 9 a.m., children's lunch at 12 p.m., nap 1-3 p.m. (I know we're lucky 😊), 6:30 p.m.: bath, 7 p.m.: dinner, 8:30 p.m.: bed. We started by listing lots of things to do for our children according to several criteria: learning/creative, collective/individual, outdoor/indoor. Then we try to do 3 things in the morning and 3 things in the afternoon, and the rest of the time they take care of themselves. It's also very good to let them keep busy to give free rein to their desires and creativity, we only intervene during fights... Every morning at breakfast we divide up the activities to do, to be able to juggle between children, teleworking and time for yourself. Here are some accounts to follow which give a lot of ideas: the great blog "Happy confinement" from My little Day with their brilliant tutorials, lamaternellepilletee , teach me differently . As their grandparents are far away, I subscribed them to the Grand Wednesday newsletter and to follow the Instagram account @grandmercredi : gives ideas for grandparents far from their grandchildren. Latest, very funny, grandparents take video of themselves telling children's books, when they are in disguise it's even better. The teacher also sends us activities every morning to do with the children. Small problem we don't have a printer at home but we adapt, we copy everything onto the computer (agility 😊)

my little day
Activity ideas:
  • To be a little quiet in the house, we built a cabin for the children with cushions, sheets and chairs...very easy and it gives them a little corner just for them. They imagine lots of stories and can stay there for hours.
  • The musical statue game: we put on music, we stop it and we make a statue, each child must invent a statue: elephant, star, cat… it always works very well, watch out for the neighbors!
  • Create a route in the living room or outside if you are lucky enough to have a garden: cushion, chair, bucket, you have to be creative.
  • Cooking workshop: in the evening after their dinner, they help me prepare the adults' dinner: last night they prepared a tomato tart.
The Big Wednesday Newsletter

Take care of yourself and stay home!

Feather: Astrid

#stay at home
Astrid and I have decided to donate 5% on each sale of our cloakroom committed to the APHP Coronavirus covid19 emergency fund, these donations will take into account all sales made since March 1st (therefore including those of your purchases at Pop Up). This emergency fund has just been created within the AP-HP Foundation to quickly unlock additional resources to support hospital staff and advance research. To learn more, it's here !