Head lice is one of the prevalent parasitic diseases among children. We hear about it in schools and kindergartens. In order to prevent it, you should regularly check your child. But what should you do […]
Sharing your love of gardening, or starting that love to spend time with your kids is a guaranteed great idea!
Who does not like a good old garden BBQ party! It’s one of the best activities you can do, if you aren’t going away for the summer.
Thinking of where to head off this summer for a family beach vacation? We have a list of places that we’ll share with you. Our choices are based on their beauty, recommendations and the likelihood that you can still book for this summer! Have a look and feel inspired!
1. Costa Brava – Spain Choosing where to visit along the coast in Spain is an exercise in choosing between two or more great options. Costa Brava is in Catalonia and located in the Northeast […]
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.
Easter is the oldest holiday on the first spring full moon, which is related to the advent of spring. Traditionally it indicates the resurrection of Christ and the beginning of a new agricultural year.
From the time your child starts first grade here in our adopted home, they’ll start getting homework. One or two days a week to start. So why not plan ahead and create a space that will become your child’s dedicated space for homework now? Whether you carve out a space in your living room, their bedroom or in a home office, make the place organized, comfortable and welcoming, because what they study is just as important as where.
“Biophilia” = “love of life” is the name for a connection between humans and plants. Spending some time around nature can be a calming and relaxing experience for you and your kids.
It’s that time of year again and parents up and down the country are already starting to think about what to do with their children during the summer break – the forward-planning ones, that is.