• A box full of surprises!

    Degustabox offers up to 15 delicious treats delivered straight to your door each month. Many of the brands are new and haven’t even hit the stores yet.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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

  • The Baltic Sea between Rostock and Stralsund

    Formerly, part of the German democratic republic, today a fantastic area for summer holidays – the coast of the Baltic Sea has a lot to offer – long sandy beaches, coastal paths for cycling trips and walking tours, plus cities with cultural highlights.

  • 24 Little Doors and other German Christmas Traditions

    “Christmas markets with activities for children are particularly popular. Next to the nativity scene at the Christmas market in Augsburg there is the Himmlisches Postamt (heavenly post office).”

  • History, nature and traditions in the Rhineland

    The second in a series of great family holiday destinations in Germany by Bavarian blogger Julia. Here she talks about The Rhineland.

  • 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.

  • 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.”

  • 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.”