Have you ever felt like you don’t want to see or hear other babies or toddlers when yours are in school and you finally have some time for yourself? Well,… Read More
This morning I was at the “parent school” (yes, a school for parents) organized by my kids’ Montessori school and I was sad to see so few parents. But then, as we talked and shared our experiences, I was amazed…
Celebrate Christmas and any other festivity according to your values and principles
Review of the Ruckely baby carrier
This list of puzzles reflects more or less Oliver’s progression (that Emily is also starting to follow)
A list of my usual cobweb thoughts, because I really can’t write coherently about this roller coaster of emotions, pain and fear.
The cave you fear to enter hold the treasure you seek.
Review of the zoo animal puzzle with wooden blocks by Hape
These are the “tools” that worked for us and I feel like sharing them because they’ve worked twice and with two VERY different children
In this interview Papá de G asked me about our ways to live a more low impact lifestyle with kids.
When breastfeeding, it’s important to listen to your body and respect your natural limits.
I wish I felt like writing cheesy stuff like, “I love you like that day”, “you make me so happy”, “I’m still in love with you”. None of that is true.
Some kids have no problem separating from their parents. Others have it a bit more difficult…
A very personal article about my journey through sleep deprivation, and how it made me a stronger, more confident and more emotionally stable woman.
In this post I tell you what I like the best about each cloth nappy brand that I use.
An anecdote from our multilingual experience that will reassure you
After three years of disposable nappies, we switched to cloth nappies and washable wipes for Emily. This is how I did it.
Matuu teepees are beautifully made by Roksana, an ambitious mum who loves to make kids smile and dream.