Label: Baby’s first year
Babywearing + singing = bliss!
This is Life recently had the pleasure of meeting a choir made up of mums on maternity leave and their babies. The feelgood factor is high as the mums sing, and their happy babies sway to the music in baby carriers and slings.
Start making homemade baby food
Christine is a food blogger from France who cooks organic baby food and healthy food for children. We asked her to tell us about the best baby food, and got plenty of inspiration for how to make baby food – and tips for fussy eaters.
Family road trip in Europe: Baby growth
The babies move faster than you can imagine, so we’ve had to keep making adjustments to our camper van for our little Houdinis!” In Part 6, road trip parents Juli and Christian tell us about adapting camper van life as the babies develop.
They’re all about babywearing!
International Babywearing Week is a week-long opportunity to celebrate and focus on the many benefits of babywearing. Let’s hear the voices of these well known names from the heart of the babywearing community.
Breastfeeding is easy, right?
“I almost gave up on breastfeeding my daughter several times.” Breastfeeding your baby is a uniquely individual experience. Mother-of-three, Florence, tells us what it was like for her.
Paternity leave: Johannes in Australia
On his paternity leave, Johannes travelled to Australia with his family. Thanks to a hospitable sister and double days of parental benefits, they were able to swap the Swedish winter for summer in Sydney. Do you also have a friend or relative in an exciting destination you could visit while on parental leave?
Read about your baby’s five senses – what to expect baby's first year
A baby’s vision is blurry during the first three months. If a baby had the sharp focus of an adult, the sheer quantity of impressions would be overwhelming. Read about your baby’s five senses – what to expect baby's first year.
Baptism the Italian way
Baptism in a church or private naming ceremony? Most new parents want to celebrate the arrival of their baby. Bettina and Francesco from Älvsjö baptised their children in Southern Italy.