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Social Ideas for Newbie Parents

I often say to myself, when you’re a parent, life is what happened between fresh brewed coffee in the morning and reheated coffee in the afternoon: you barely have time to enjoy your coffee, decently 😀 Especially when you live away from home, far from the supporting system called family, the struggle is real. Luckily […]

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Adaptive Parenting: Preparing as a parent with a disability

If you’ve recently learned that you’re expecting, congratulations! If this is your first rodeo and you’ve got a disability that you’re worried could affect your ability to parent, there are plenty of things you can do to ease your transition to parenthood. Home Preparation Chances are that if you’ve lived with a disability for a […]

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How To Prepare For Baby’s Arrival When You’re Disabled

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Pregnancy and childbirth can make any new mom nervous, but for disabled parents, the worry can be even greater. However, with proper planning and the right nursery items, you can make your home safe for baby and more convenient for yourself. What To Prepare Before Baby Comes For your baby’s arrival, you want to make […]

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Open Preschools in Sweden: the perfect hangout for you and your baby, toddler or preschooler

If you are arriving in Sweden with a baby or young child, you will no doubt be keen to find activities to fill their days with almost from the get go.  Sweden’s fantastic network of öppna förskolor (open preschools) can be a wonderful place to start. Open preschools (sometimes known in English as ‘stay and […]

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