Mum’s reading list #1
Furniture, MUM, Motherhood, People
Every month we will gather and share some interesting reads. Articles that moved us, made us laugh or think about. And we want to make sure that you can enjoy them too.
It will always be a rather wild mix. From celebrities to travel or a cool family home. But all articles that we believe you, as a parent, will find interesting. That you, as a woman, find encouraging.
Let’s start with our very first round up for January 2018. Our very first month and, we need to quickly put this in here right now, we are so grateful for all the nice words, comments, messages and love that we received since our launch exactly one week ago.
But now, for real, let’s get going:
Very interesting article: 22 Skills Every Kid Should Have By the Time They’re 10
From basic, to fairly complex but when you go through it, you will agree that these things are what makes our children social, emotional and practical.
We check our phones way too often, but when our kids use them, we get nervous.
Are screens really ruining childhood? Sara DeWitt envisions a future where we’re excited to see kids interacting with screens and shows us exciting ways new technologies can actually help them grow, connect and learn.
Enjoy her podcast : 3 fears about screen time for kids and why they’re not true
And a propos podcast – have you seen our list of inspiring podcasts for mums?
What makes it all seem so impossible is that you need to allow your child to get hurt because if you don’t, your child won’t be resilient and will definitely be an ass. But we’re not talking about losing at Candy Land. We’re talking about … it’s hard to say out loud.
Extract from: Raising a Teenage Daughter
Family home in Paris, France.
We love bucket lists.
They can be so uplifting when you are need of a little bit of energy. And travel lists are the best any way. Did you make plans for 2018 already? Bon traveler prepared a fantastic list of places that one should visit in 2018:
18 Countries To Visit in 2018
A step into ‘living slower’ and how to.
A personal note from Jantine of April and May.
Serena Williams’s and her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian, Jr. on the February 2018 Vogue Cover captured by Mario Testino!
“Women are sometimes taught not to dream as big as men. I’m so glad I had a daughter. I want to teach her that there are no limits.”
Alexis Olympia is the youngest cover star of all time.
We love these sublime moses baskets from The Young Folk Collective.