As you know Frederik went on a trip to Bangladesh with Save the Children, the aim was to look at projects that help promote education and schooling and as far as it is practically possible reduce child labour.
He has now been interviewed to a magazine called Samvirke. The magazine aim at middle aged readers like me and Mrs. Muhler and it's about lifestyle and healty living as far as I understand, because neither of us have ever seen it in this part of the country. Weeeell, perhaps we live too far out in the countryside....
Anyway, there is a pdf file with the magazine, including a well illustrated article about Frederik in Bangladesh. Læs Magasinet Samvirke fra August 2012
Translating from a pdf file is hell! So I'll only translate a couple of quotes about what Frederik said about his own children.
"We talk a lot with Christian about him appreciation the world. He is well and he should know that not all children are so fortunate as children in Denmark.
It's so lovely to be a father. My children give me so many joys - and children are so direct. (*) When you become a parent your perspective on the world changes. I can feel it deep in my heart when children are not treated well".
(*) You bet! One of my favorite anecdotes goes back a number of years when our daughter was little. She and I were driving and she noticed some cows grasing. One of them was wearing an udder-support. (They are still not that uncommon, for all sorts of reasons) And she asked why the cow was wearing a bra. In an attemt to avoid a looong explanation I said that the cow was shy. And my daughter said: "Oh, because she's got big udders, just like mum".
We almost ended up in the ditch! The rest of the way I desperately tried not to laugh, because it was so innocent.