Jetlag

We arrived last friday from Argentina: 1 hour drive to the airport, 3 hour wait at the airport, 2.5 hour flight to Sao Paolo, another 3 hour wait, 12.5 hour flight to Tel Aviv, 1 hour to get the car, pack everything and 1.5 hours to get home. Add to this 3 small (< 6y) kids and you can imagine the picture (if you don’t, read this again after you have some).
We are tired, jet-lagged and of course the kid’s biological clock takes some time to adapt, as you can see by my little one’s picture at about 2 in the morning today – eating tuna fish.

Yael with Jetlag
Now, at 3:54 I think she finally fell asleep.

One thought on “Jetlag

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.