• Would you hire a male nanny?

    “Recently however, it seems attitudes towards male nannies are changing fast, which can only be positive. People are beginning to let up on the bias that a career in childcare is only for women.” The Nanny Line, Barcelona

  • Interview with Midwife and Lactation Consultant Gabriella Pacini

    Midwife and Lactation Consultant Gabriella Pacini talks to MumAbroad Life about giving birth in Italy, pre- and postnatal care and the importance of breastfeeding.

  • Stylish and sturdy products to help parents adapt and survive

    With over 20 years of research and development experience, and a Red Dot design award, phil&teds is still setting trends and global innovations.

  • AuPairWorld – connecting and caring

    “The family invites the au pair for a fixed period of time and treats him or her like a member of the family…..In the context of the au pair placement, the focus is laid upon the mutual cultural exchange between au pairs and host families.” AuPairWorld, the world’s leading au pair agency on the internet.

  • Christian Bale, Caesarian sections and taking control

    “I gave birth to my daughter Millie (short for Miller) in June of 2007 after 9 months of learning how to defend myself from an unnecessary C-section, and there began the greatest adventure of my life.” Kiersten, Owner & Founder, Bellies Abroad

  • Music Together in Barcelona

    The Music Together® philosophy and method can be applied to very different ages in the preschool years, so we mix babies with toddlers and kids till 5 years old (always together with adults). You’ll often find siblings of different ages in the same class. (Piero, founder Music Together Barcelona)

  • Expat life in America

    Katja and her husband left their native Germany to live in the USA in the summer of 2016 with their 2 young daughters. Here she talks to MumAbroad Life about adapting to life as an Expat in America.

  • Reinventing oneself to survive

    Andrea and her husband Tony found that by grabbing every opportunity as it passed, in their adopted hometown, has allowed them to live their dream and has given them the flexibility to spend quality family time with each other and with their twin daughters. Here she shares their journey with MumAbroad Life.

  • The Harold Acton Library in Florence

    “The Harold Acton Library has developed a varied children’s collection over the years and we now have a children’s section in the library with picture books, patterned concept books, rhyming books, fables and books for kids and young adults which are kept in the cosy children’s room of the Library with a beautiful view over the river Arno.”

  • Child Friendly Travelling in Northern Germany

    “It did become very important to me that my kids would learn my mother tongue and that they would spend part of their holidays back where I was raised so they can learn about the German culture and see where I grew up. Last summer we decided to take a trip with the kids to the Baltic Sea.” Ilonka Schäfer, Founder, The Little Voyager

  • The five most important questions all Mums should ask themselves before moving abroad

    “I didn’t relocate for love, for work or for money, or to be reunited with our long-lost family. In fact, in hindsight I still can’t fully explain the whys and the wherefores when asked, except that it was an urge that I knew I would always regret if I didn’t at least explore it.”

  • Interview with Louise Morrison, Founder of Antenatal Online

    “We have had a really encouraging response. People welcome the fact that the site is offering an alternative to face to face classes – not everyone is comfortable in a class environment.” Louise Morrison