I feel free. I feel that I don’t have to worry. I am not judged. … There’s room for spontaneity. I like waking up and thinking: I want to go somewhere today. And I can do it. Not in Poland. In Poland, I wouldn’t be able to do it. … Because [here] we have enough money. Now my brother has a car – that would not be possible over there. We finally have a car in which we can all fit. And we have a house, not a tiny room. I simply feel free because we have a place, we have a car, and we don’t have to worry about money, which is very important when you have kids, it saves you a lot of stress. … I feel safe here, as a mother. It’s nice.