Sarah Engels and her husband Julian dare one adventure after the next during this summer vacation. After the couple went on a camper tour with their two children, Alessio and Solea, the family is spending their next vacation in Hawaii. There is not only relaxing on the beach, but there is also a lot of action. Some fans find it difficult to understand how this is possible with kids in their luggage - time for Sarah to clarify something: Parents are allowed to live too!
Followers Concerned: Zipline Flight With Baby?
Instead of chilling out comfortably on the lounger, the Engels are currently planning boat tours, mountain hikes and the like. When Sarah and Julian set out on a zipline excursion, however, concerned messages quickly poured in from the community. Because many are wondering: What are the little rascals doing while mum and dad are busy on the spectacular zip line? "I have a question: where do you leave Solea in the meantime," Sarah now shares a message from a user. “Of course, Solea also went ziplining. Where else? Oh… and afterwards I put her in a taxi on the way to the hotel so she could get ready for bed,” replies the mum of two with an ironic undertone.
Who says it can't be done with children?
Shortly afterwards, singer Pietro Lombardi's ex-wife spoke again with a longer statement in her Instagram story. Because it is not the first time that she has received inquiries in this direction and even reproachful messages. "We certainly don't leave both children unattended somewhere to the side and have a good time," explains Sarah: "Yes, we live our lives very lively and love to experience and discover a lot. But who says that you can't do that with children?"
Sarah Engels nervously exhausted: Julian jumps bungee
Sometimes a bit of creativity is required, but with this attitude they have always only been able to win and experience wonderful moments as a family. "Life with children, as they always say, is more limited, I think it's in the eye of the beholder," she continues. But of course things don't always run smoothly for the Engels family either. For example, there are days when the kids just don't join in, says Sarah, for whom it's important to talk about things like that.
The main thing is that Alessio is fine…
In addition, son Alessio doesn't miss out on trips. While he was initially doing an ATV tour with Mama Sarah in Hawaii and following the tracks of "Jurassic Park", he stroked a giant turtle on an excursion shortly afterwards. Things that you don't experience every day and that the student won't forget in a hurry.