Private Medical Insurance? Your child’s health is still with Britain’s …

I have two sons, one is called Sebastian and the other Rafa. The eldest, Sebastian, was recently caught in a nasty accident and narrowly avoided having at least one finger amputated. The emergency workers, nurses, doctors, anaesthetists and surgeons were incredible throughout and it’s thanks to them that he’s back to normal today. I’ve witnessed emergency care in developing countries…
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Why all expat mums are supermums

Last week my child had a hideous accident and narrowly escaped having a finger amputated. As we are currently in the UK, my family were there to help, I could liaise with doctors in my mother tongue and friends helped us get over the whole ordeal. The experience made me remember a saying from an American Expater friend: ‘The female…
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Moving with kids, is it worth it?

Moving countries is simple.¬†Moving countries with kids¬†is complicated. In my twenties I would happily hop, skip and jump to any new country. New place, new people, new fun. I swore never to be one of those party pooper mums who used kids as a scapegoat for their own laziness or travel paranoia. ‘Well Flossie has just settled into nursery so…
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