We had a chat with the Norwegian Swimming School about the importance of teaching kids how to swim (like this cool girl in the picture). You can of course give it a go yourself but the best and safest way is to sign up for a swimming course. The older the child gets, the harder… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Lifestyle
Mika (8 years old) is really into skateboarding…why?. It’s because she loves how it tickles in her tummy when she goes really fast down a hill, and how proud she feels when she just made that trick she has been trying to make for so long.
Meet Sarah Van Raden, a Mom, the founder and now full time potter of Notary Ceramics. I adore her whole universe and couldn’t wait to do this interview about her work and family life in Portland, Oregon.
Do sports matter for young people? Yes, we like to think so! Research shows that, in addition to being a source of just plain fun and feeling that you are being a part of something, sports promote healthy development in many areas with positive effects that last into adulthood. So here is our first Kids… Read more »
It’s that time of year when many of us reach for our cameras, summer vacations and lot’s of time with the kids. A famous quote says, “Never work with children or animals”, but we have three talented women who wouldn’t have it any other way. We asked our three favourite childrens photographers to give us some insight and… Read more »
Linn, Ole Jakob and Jonathan (turns 2 this summer) show us around their Oslo apartment and tell us why the city is a great fit for their family right now.
I find it really interesting and inspiring to read about other families thoughts and experiences on the topic of moving abroad. My family and I did the same thing almost a year ago and I hope writing about this might inspire others who are contemplating taking the leap. This time I asked friend and photographer, Rebecca Zeller, to share… Read more »
Ok, we are going for it, not just talking about it or dreaming about it. We are moving, in July we are packing up our things in Oslo and leaving for Copenhagen, it feels amazing and very scary.
Christmas is over and it’s a brand new year. I’m happy to leave 2015 behind and focus on 2016 because this year we want to make one of our best! We spent both Christmas and New Year in the South of Sweden with my side of the family. We did as little as possible and… Read more »
We have talked to Norwegian style-icon, Hege Golf, about motherhood, style and how she makes time in her busy life for love, kids and everything in between.
The decision to move to a different country can be very challenging, but also very exciting!. As a family you grow and expand everybody’s horizons, we like to think it also builds the little ones confidence. Meet Madelon and her family of four, they moved from Amsterdam all the way to Los Angeles, this is their story!.
How hard (and exciting) is it to pick up and move your whole life and move to a different country?. How will the kids cope and how do you prepare for all the changes as a family? Meet Peggy and her family of five (soon to be six), they moved from Amsterdam to Malmö in the… Read more »
Do you run and scream whenever you see creepy crawlies, we know, you can’t help it!. The problem is if you get hysterical then your little one probably will too!. It’s time we face our fear of bugs together and it can actually be quite fun…
Vesle’s home country of Norway recently rose to the top of the list as the world’s best place to be a mother, followed by Finland, Island, Denmark and Sweden. This list is compiled every year by “Save the Children”. We feel fortunate to live up here and this report serves as a timely reminder to… Read more »
Easter is over, we are back at work and the kids are back at daycare. We spent the Easter week in our vacation home near my home town on the South coast of Sweden. We all love this place, total relaxation and we get to spend some quality time together as a family with Grandma and Grandpa. This year we… Read more »
The design duo from Darling Clementine show us around their favorite part of the city with kids. Come with us to Ekeberg Sculpturepark and have a peek at the “new” Oslo.
Swedish Annica Derby and her husband Jonathan decided to move across the globe to Melbourne, Australia, with their (then) baby girl. That was about eight years ago, and they don’t regret the move for one second.