10 Must Read Parenting Books for Raising Multicultural Kids


I’ve stopped reading parenting books almost completely because I couldn’t shake off the feeling that I was doing it all wrong. I think wanting to become a better parent is always a good thing, but I guess we can always overdo it- and it’s not healthy when reading parenting books actually prevents you from being […]

Mothers and Sons Across the World

Crazy Little Family Adventure

“Life began with waking up and loving my mother’s face,” said once the British author George Eliot. These pictures truly show the love, closeness and joy that mothers and sons experience together.   Irina from GoodToBeMom   Frances from Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes    Orana from Crazy Little Family Adventure    Lana from Smart Tinker […]

7 Great Ideas for Outdoor Learning Fun!

Nature walk

Summer is here and it’s the perfect time to get our kids outdoors and having fun. Of course, outdoor learning isn’t only for the summer of course. There is a lot of learning in the winter months as well. As a matter of fact, the seasons are a great way to learn about the circle […]

The importance of visiting grandparents overseas


Do your children live far from their extended family?  How have you handled visiting grandparents overseas? We are fortunate in that my parents live only half an hour away and that our daughters, ages 4 and 7, get to see them once or twice a week. They love going over to “Nee” and “Ha-ji’s” house. […]

Slow Travel: 3 Months in Luang Prabang, Laos

Luang Prabang, Multicultural Kid Blogs, Slow Travel

In our family we have two different kinds of traveling parents, one extremely adventurous and driven (dad) and the other more laid back and basically a tag along (me). What we do have in common is that we like Slow Travel, which means spending as much time as possible in one place, anywhere from a […]