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- The Cosatto Umami Highchair Review 1 day ago I am incredibly pleased to announce that Cosatto have welcomed me on to their Brand Buddy Scheme with the chance to test out some of their gorgeous baby stuff. As a lover of anything a bit different, I was thrilled when they asked if I would review their Umami highchair. The Cosatto motto is...
- For My Dad on Father's Day 3 days ago My dad is one of those men that is impossible to buy presents for. A book used to be the go-to present when nothing else came to mind, but now that he volunteers in a charity bookshop where he has access to more books then even he can manage to read, that's out the window. So, instead of buying him...
- Summertime Fun: Homemade Ice Lollies 3 days ago
- Lizards, Giant Frogs & Indoor Tent Fun. Just Another Thursday Then 5 days ago I had a long but lovely day with the boys today. Milo had an immunisation jab booked with the doctors for late morning so there was little point in taking him to nursery. Instead we spent the day together, just the three of us and we went on a bit of an adventure. First we checked out a newly...
- Children and Their Growing Curiosity 1 week ago All of a sudden, Milo's become very interested in things. It's not that he didn't have interests before, of course he did, but many things just kind of flew by him without a second thought. A while back he went through a ''Why?'' stage, but back then it was more just to say something, rather...
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12:35 PM October 27, 2012
I read it all the time very informative. love it talks about the typical problems. Raising a Child in Germany. Sad raw and grating but full of joy.
13:52 PM October 27, 2012
13:33 PM December 10, 2012
As a bilingual parent blogger myself, I find Working Berlin Mum's anecdotes and daily challenges both familiar and fascinating. After discovering her via a search engine a couple years ago, I've been an avid reader and am never disappointed. Though we've never met, I feel immense respect and solidarity with WBM as we both navigate the challenges of living and parenting abroad.