When you´re living in Spain, the moment you find out whether you´re having a boy or a girl, you will be bombarded with either light blue or light pink clothes / blankets etc. There is not much in between and although more neutral colors are coming up, a lot of baby stores still provide just the very classic boy or girl items.
This post is sponsored by Bradham Brothers Inc., but as always, all opinions are completely my own.
During these hot summer days, I often worry a bit that my little guy could get overheated or suffer a heatstroke. With the blazing sun and high temperatures in July and August, it’s easy to get exposed to too much heat and sun. Therefore, I use some simple tips and tricks to prevent this from happening to my toddler.
This post was sponsored by Verhuisbedrijf Utrecht but, as always, all opinions are 100% my own.
You have just signed that contract and happily walk outside with the keys of your new palace in your hand. However, let´s see how long that happiness lasts when you realize how much work moving actually is! You might have thought you don´t own so many things, but during a move you usually realize how much crap stuff you actually have. CONTINUE READING
When coming to Spain from the North of Europe, one of the biggest cultural differences is the way lunch is done. Where in the Netherlands (and many neighboring countries) lunch is usually a quick sandwich which takes half an hour max, in Spain it is a warm meal, usually with different plates and often takes at least 45min to an hour. (And on Sunday you can easily make that 1,5-2hours!)
Since we both have different native languages and we wanted to incorporate English in our household (sorry Spain, but we´re just not very impressed with the quality of English here so we figured it would be better to just speak English at home instead of those classes), we already decided before the bichin was born that we wanted to be a trilingual household.