Being a Mom is one of the best thing that could ever happen, but knowing your child sick is one of the worst situation that a parent can experience during the whole parenthood. Is hard to describe it in words, simply you can not live until you know your baby is fine and nothing serious … Continue reading Children Emergency Services in Bratislava
State kindergartens can be a good alternative to the private ones. First of all it is cheaper and in many cases the quality of childcare and activities there is not worse. It depends of course on the teachers and their approach. If you decide for a state kindergarten be aware that they are taking the … Continue reading Applying for a State Kindergarten in Slovakia
Brighter Life Center is a beautiful spot located in the very heart of Bratislava! The center is offering several activities for adults & children and today, they are announcing that an experienced Martial Arts trainer in Self-Defence, Kyudo became part of their team! Classes integrates the techniques of Self-Defense, Karate and the principles of traditional … Continue reading Martial Arts: Self Defense for Kids – classes in Bratislava
Hello Autumn! Hello Friends! Summer is over and hope that you are ready to cuddle in your cozy autumn outfits. Big and small people, we are wishing you all a happy and healthy fall season and for those starting this year kindergarten, schools, new jobs or ending maternity leave, don't forget that new beginnings are … Continue reading Welcome Autumn!
Global warming is already not just a scientific topic. In winter we can barely find some snow and summer time is getting hotter and hotter every year. The only way to survive is to go for a vacation to the seaside or to the mountains. But even there we should follow a few simple advice to … Continue reading Hot Summer: How to Avoid Dehydration During Heatwaves
Parents Of Prague, Did you know that your hosting city has a new Education Center ready for all of you to join? ♥ Centrum Demokratického Vzdělávání The club will open in September at Kovářská 4 - Českomoravská metro station, and it's aim is to play through educational programs. Fun for children in guaranteed but also a … Continue reading Democratic Education Center in Prague, opens the Club for Parents with Children – Join This New Club From September
Dear MommyAbroad Community, We are announcing that our Mom Writers Team is going to be in summer break during July and August. New articles, full of useful information and interesting experiences will be published again from September. MommyAbroad Team is wishing you lovely summer days full of unforgettable memories. Coming back full of energy!
May - June is the season for asparagus , so you shall find it in all shops, even Miletičova open market. It may be either green or white and its fast to cook. I chose to cook it in the oven, so I spend less time watching the stove. My version of cooking asparagus is not new, … Continue reading Seasonal and Fast Recipe: Baked Asparagus with Bacon
You’re a good mom, so you already know this: If “Montessori” is in the name, then the product is good for your kid. But what does that actually mean, anyway? Simply put, Montessori methods are about letting the child choose their own activities, hands-on learning, and playing together in a constructive way. That’s all well … Continue reading Here is How I Really Feel About the Montessori Learning Tower
Even before I was pregnant I knew my kid will speak at least 4 languages. To be honest I was a bit scared of this and didn’t know how to approach it, but due to my family situation there was not much I could do. I am Ukrainian, who speaks Russian, my husband is Slovenian, … Continue reading Tips for Raising Multilingual Children
To be honest I am not used to celebrate this particular day. Father's Day is not common in Romania but as I said many times, being an expat you may borrow many habits from the people surrounding you, and we don't really miss any opportunity to celebrate, have fun and give credit. We cannot escape … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day – My Thoughts Goes To My Daughter’s Father