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Expat Life with a Double Buggy Sharing The Ups, The Downs and The In-betweens of Parenting

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Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

Knocked Up Abroad Again Book Available

When a mother is born it's a beautiful thing. When she's living abroad that experience is something even more - beautiful but also scary, funny, mystifying and certainly a journey full of bu...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 8M ago

Dear Britain, It's Not You It's Me

Dear Britain,It's not you it's me.Actually that's a lie. It's a little bit you. Well, actually, it's a lot you. And a little bit me.Britain, I just don't love you anymore.The last few months...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 9M ago

5 Ways to Embrace a Dutch December

December in the Netherlands means ferrying the children to school in near-darkness and evenings that draw in early. The temperatures take a nosedive and there’s every chance that snow will f...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

10 Reasons To Love Being Knocked Up in the Netherlands

Being pregnant anywhere is a mixed bag of emotions from elation to sickness. Raising children abroad is both amazing and challenging wrapped up in one awkward shaped parcel. If you are knock...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

Gone Dutch and Now What?

Last Wednesday Dutch nationality was bestowed upon me. And given that I can now call myself both British and Dutch it is no longer applicable to call myself an expat. Which is a bit of a bug...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

The Week I Become a Nederlander

This is a big week in this British expat's life. It's the week (barring a disaster) I become Dutch.A few days after I published my last blog post Almost Dutch? I received a letter, written o...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

Almost Dutch?

Over the years my Dutch husband and I have touched upon the topic of me and Dutch citizenship. Every discussion has ended with the conclusion that I had nothing to gain from owning a Dutch p...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

Explore Paleis Soestdijk

Whilst a new purpose is being considered for Soestdijk Palace, it is open to visitors. And it's well worth a visit.It used to be the working palace of Queen Juliana, the mother of Princess B...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

Saying Goodbye to My Consultatiebureau

“I started working here eight years ago and I can still remember the day you walked in for the very first time – a newborn baby in your arms. A brand new mother,” said the lady at the front ...
Expat Life with a Double Buggy · 1Y ago

Little Steps to the Basisschool

If you are living in the Netherlands your child can start attending primary school at the age of four. All three of my children are now in various stages of primary school but for each one o...