Ulla du Lac

Ulla du Lac

Posted on 07/09/2013


Photo taken on June 23, 2013



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People in park

People in park

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Pandarine
Pandarine
Same scene all over the world - lovely! :-)
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac
Ulla du Lac
Yup - we all relax and play and entertain our kids in the same way. I wish we'd all remember how similar we are.
4 years ago.
Pandarine has replied to Ulla du Lac
Yep, that would be great.
4 years ago.
Stormlizard has replied to Ulla du Lac
Me too, one would imagine it should be a simple task.
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac
Ulla du Lac
One would. It's just not how it works.
4 years ago.
BernardV
BernardV
This takes me back. One of the best things about having kiddies is taking them to the park.
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac
Ulla du Lac
Yes, Bernard, I agree. Or one of the best things about parks is taking kiddies to them. *grin*
4 years ago.
BernardV has replied to Ulla du Lac
It's important to bring them back too. And it has to be the right ones or the police get very stroppy.
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac
Ulla du Lac
I guess. Otherwise a good place to swap a naughty one for a cutie.
4 years ago.
Stormlizard has replied to Ulla du Lac
Wish my neighbor would swap hers. LOL
4 years ago.
BernardV
BernardV
Animal childcare was once the preserve of families whose plane had crashed in a jungle, killing both parents.

But longer working hours and the high cost of human labour have seen millions of middle-class households employing monkey carers.

38-year-old account executive Nikki Hollis leaves her four-year-old with a group of capuchin monkeys while she’s at work.

She said: “The monkeys inhabit a willow tree in the garden. An alpha female arrives at 8.30am every morning to collect Joseph.

“It’s a very structured day, the morning is mostly grooming and I believe they spend the afternoon catching birds and spiders.

“Before the capuchins I tried employing macaques but there was an issue with throwing stones at cars so we sold them to bushmeat vendors.

“One of the main advantages of primate childcare is that unlike our last Swedish au pair my husband does not – to the best of my knowledge – try to have sex with them.”
4 years ago.
Ulla du Lac
Ulla du Lac
Bernard, you're amazing. LOL

Well, if he does have sex with them, at least the female won't get pregnant.
4 years ago.