When you move to another country with children, you need to be informed about the vaccination programms of your new host country. As every country has its own programm (even in EU!) it is very important to check the vaccinations of your children when moving. On the site […]
If you raise bilingual or multilingual children, you probably start with the ‘one person one language’ (OPOL) method, in order to promote the bilingualism. This can work for the first years of your children, but it might change as soon as your children start going to daycare or […]
(updated in 2020) Some time ago I read an interesting article from a mum raising multilingual children in a multicultural environment. She told her multilingual mothering story in a very positive and encouraging way. I would like to encourage mothers, fathers, caregivers to not be afraid to speak […]
This week I have a guest post on Carole Hallett Mobbs’s blog Expat Child about internet safety for kids. Related articles Keeping Your Kids Safe on the Internet (everydayfamily.com)
Recently, I’ve been nominated for the Liebster award by two blog-friends and I just received this nomination again by germericandenglish! Being nominated for this award means that another blogger thinks that my blog deserves some recognition. – I’m very honoured, thank you!
Recently I was looking for some online resources about e-safety, partly to share with my children and I discovered some interesting sites and videos.
A while ago I published a post about how to make our children listen to us. I just read an interesting article on iamexpat.nl “It is all about resiliency: Communication” by Mary Jane Roy, about how conflicts are caused by ineffective communication. This ineffective communication “leads to stress, usually […]
All children like poetry from a very early stage, when we sing them lullabies and nursery rhymes. We all know that nursery rhymes help children to develop prereading skills and it’s our children’s first step in becoming successful readers as by listening to them, they develop their phonemic […]