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Promoting Preventative Healthcare

Promoting Preventative Healthcare

\"Being a mother to 3 girls led me to look for support in the society around me.\" ...
Beautiful big faces

Beautiful big faces

\"I used to paint until much later in the evening and I miss the quiet of that time of day to be creative, but I’m happy to do family things instead and feel like I get enough time to do my work.\" ...
Should we stay or should we go?

Should we stay or should we go?

Andrea and Tony moved to a small town in Perugia in December 2002 with their twin daughters. Mia and Cara are now 15 years old. Every Christmas they wonder should they stay at home in Italy or go to England to visit family and friends? ...
How to feel good about your post baby body

How to feel good about your post baby body

\"How about we turn the pressure cooker off for a moment and forget about losing weight or aiming for a certain dress size. The more we focus on losing weight, the harder it will be.\" ...
10 fun things to do with kids in Granada at Christmas

10 fun things to do with kids in Granada at Christmas

10 great things to do with kids this Christmas in and around Granada from visiting Juveandalus, Granada\'s three week annual Feria of Childhood and Youth to skiing in the Sierra Nevada, Europe\'s most southerly ski resort where blue sky days are virtually guaranteed. ...
Great Family-Friendly Restaurants Across Spain

Great Family-Friendly Restaurants Across Spain

One of the greatest lifestyle perks of living in Spain (other than it’s majestic coastline and landscape, year-round sunshine and spectacular gastronomy of course) has to be the nation’s relaxed, inclusive attitude to children. From beachfront gems (ideal for a glass of sangria with your) ...
Life after the Paris Attacks: how it affects our everyday life in Bordeaux

Life after the Paris Attacks: how it affects our everyday life in Bordeaux

\"I\'ve been trying to write this post for a few days now but to be honest, I haven\'t had the energy or the strength. The attacks of last Friday night have really shaken and shocked me and the rest of France for that matter.\" ...
Bilingualism Myth Buster – Children are Sponges!

Bilingualism Myth Buster – Children are Sponges!

\"Our kids have gone from being English speakers, to German speakers, to French speakers and now back to English speakers. I realise that this is probably quite unusual, but it has given me some insight into the learning of languages, and what slumbers inside them.\" ...
International School versus Public School in Spain

International School versus Public School in Spain

With an almost overwhelming selection of reputable International and Public schools across Spain, knowing where to begin your search can feel daunting. International families relocating to Spain have often hotly debated whether it is more beneficial to follow the local Spanish or Catalan system, ...
Explaining the News to Our Kids

Explaining the News to Our Kids

Kids get their news from many sources -- and they\'re not always correct. How to talk about the news -- and listen, too. ...
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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