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Eloise was not quite sure about being submerged to a whole new level of relationship with other children who do not speak her language. When Pipi and her children arrived at the sandwich shop she said to me: “I do not want to talk to them.” I assured her that this was perfectly fine. I can imagine that it is pretty overwhelming to be surrounded by children who only speak German or Czech.
Within thirty minutes after we arrived at the preschool she was in her element. She took in her surroundings and then created Eloise’s World. She was “ice skating” on the hard wood floors and pretending she was “krtek” in no time. She even said she had fun being around all of the children.
Here you see Eloise sitting and playing with the blocks next to Pipi’s two oldest children, Emma and Josephina.