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Exploring Chiemgau

Exploring Chiemgau

Julia, founder of Travelingkinder, a family-friendly travel blog written in German and English explains why the Chiemsee area is a great all year round family holiday destination. ...
Teaching children how to appreciate art

Teaching children how to appreciate art

Viviana Bagnato, co-founder of ART and SEEK, talks about the inspiration behind the educational programmes they offer in English for the communities of Rome. ...
Psychologist Nathalie Salaun on Postnatal Depression

Psychologist Nathalie Salaun on Postnatal Depression

\"We are all different and we have choices. What is important when feeling depressed, is to discuss the treatment options with your doctor and your loved ones and together make an informed decision on what is the best treatment for you and your baby.\" ...
Starting School at 3: The Public Education System in Barcelona

Starting School at 3: The Public Education System in Barcelona

\"From my daughter’s point of view it’s worked out very well so far. But for me as a foreign parent, trying to get to grips with the school system was one of the biggest challenges I’ve faced since moving here.\" (Mum and blogger Annette in Barcelona) ...
What does it mean to be a ‘MumAbroad’?

What does it mean to be a ‘MumAbroad’?

\"Their upbringing may be different to mine, their cultural heritage foreign to me, but they are settled, they are grounded and they are happy.\" Dominique White, a mum abroad ...
Una scappata (without the children)

Una scappata (without the children)

\"We were ready to pick up our children and continue our holiday as a family. When we saw them their main concern was getting us to agree to two weeks of camp next year as opposed to just one. They hadn\'t missed us in the slightest.\" ...
The Joy of Dance

The Joy of Dance

Dancer and teacher Joy Voelker talks to MumAbroad Life about lifestyle, moving to Madrid, spacial awareness and children and teaching dance to toddlers and teens. ...
Interview with Sharon Webber of Mundo Manía in Estepona

Interview with Sharon Webber of Mundo Manía in Estepona

\"We are always striving to improve our services. Indeed the next phase of the outdoor play area, planned for 2018 is to include crazy golf and a zip wire!\" Sharon Webber, Operations manager at Mundo Manía ...
British registered midwife Lynn Darbyshire in Munich

British registered midwife Lynn Darbyshire in Munich

\"At Pippagina I provide prenatal and postnatal classes for expectant parents and new mothers but what I also provide is a built in support group, making sure women are connected through Whatsapp groups and email, so they have support in these early days of motherhood.\" ...
Time to find our community

Time to find our community

I’ve come to realise that when you relocate to a new city or country you can divide the whole experience into 2 phases. The “setting up your basic needs” phase like finding a home, getting the kids into school, daycare, etc. and hopefully getting food in the fridge on a consistent basis. Then ...
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice

Note from the founders

MumAbroad is one of Europe’s leading english language sites for parents from the international community, living in or relocating to Spain, France, Italy and Germany. For more than 10 years, we have been creating unique content for a smart international niche market, from detailed information on nurseries and schools to recommendations by mums and dads on health, maternity, kids & toddler activities, relocation advice and services. We have built up a platform for Women in Business across all our regions as well as a blog, which offers insightful stories on relocation and the challenges it entails. More recently we launched a YouTube channel, interviewing brilliant women who have changed their lives and launched new exciting businesses whilst living abroad. Our facebook pages have become a go-to online forum for ‘expat’ parents. Our thanks go to our amazing multilingual community, whose contribution to help create these pages has been priceless.  We hope you will be with us for many years to come.
Carrie & Jane
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