Meanwhile Olivia practiced tying her shoes.
When we got into the village we had a delicious lunch at a wood-fired pizza place.
Then we explored the harbor a little.
And climbed up here to see it from above.
Then we drove back to Gothenburg to have dinner with friends. Their kids don't speak much English and ours don't speak much Swedish, but they still had fun together.
People ask how the kids are liking Sweden, and in general they seem to love it. Their biggest challenge seemed to be eating the hot lunch served at preschool, things like fish or chicken with potatoes. No more PB&Js, and at dinner they eat what we eat instead of kid food. In the past I might have brought hot dogs to throw on our friends' grill or even fed the kids before going, but the kids ate pork chops and veggies like the rest of us. Proud mama! Thank you, Swedish preschool.