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Knowing Your Rights as a Mommy to be in Sweden

Sweden is one of the most family-friendly countries in the world. Here are some of the reasons why: Free or Subsidised Prenatal Care As a resident of Sweden, you’re entitled to prenatal care through midwife-led antenatal care centre (barnmorskemottagningar or BMM) before a baby is born. In Skåne, you can choose which BMM you want […]

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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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6 things you should know when becoming a parent in Sweden

We have prepared an informative list for you who are parents-to-be (or considering to grow the family). 1. Pregnant Newbie in Sweden: First Steps Pregnant Newbie Jessica Arifianto shares her experience on several steps of becoming a parent, including confirming pregnancy, choosing between public and private systems, midwives, first appointments, and birth location. 2. Giving […]

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Littlebearabroad – the Parental Guide to Sweden

Littlebearabroad helps international families feel at home in Sweden by organizing events and meet ups. Their aim is to make the expat experience more family-orientated, in which every member of the family is supported in their transition to a new life in Stockholm. Where? Stockholm What? Events and meet ups to support the integration of the whole […]

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