Those immortal words one partner says to the other after the first baby has started sleeping through for a couple of nights, and they have forgotten the hell of the sleepless nights. After the hormones have made a shift, and suddenly a new baby seems like a brilliant idea. The pain of birth is a distant memory, and the idea of a baby brother or sister increasing your family is all you can think of.
This year we have to spend Easter holidays at home but that does not mean we cannot play some fun Easter games with our family! We have a list of 5 games you can play without leaving your house:
The start of the academic year is already behind which implies the presence of the repetitive routine days and daily homework. However, it does not mean that there are no holidays which can enliven everyday life.
It’s Halloween!! And kids are excited to dress up!! Well, don’t leave the adults behind. Get everyone home on a weekend to celebrate the spooky season. We have listed 3 “Halloween themed” party ideas to […]
1. Costa Brava – Spain
Choosing where to visit along the coast in Spain is an exercise in choosing between two or more great options.
For those days when you have some time off but no energy to plan a holiday, just stick around the city and relax at home! Treat yourself to a ‘staycation! Here’s a list of fun things to do this summer.
Toy stores in the Czech Republic certainly understand that it is hard to keep children occupied at home during the lockdown period. They have special offers where you can order online or visit stores online and they send the toys to your home! Here are some toy stores that have this option.
Quarantine and social distancing is something very new in our busy lives. How to stay sane and efficient?
Czech TV has launched an everyday educational programme that will help your child study at home. This programme will be in the Czech language.
The country is taking various measures in order to stop the spread of coronavirus. Schools are closed, adults are working from home, events over 30 people are not conducted, and public places can no longer host more than 10 people. In the coming days, everyone will have a bit more time to spend at home – especially children.