I feel this Network is an asset for the many moms and their families moving here to live in Firenze and the surrounding areas. Which is why I am asking for your help to keep all this alive. A small donation could go a long way.
The Florentine is doing a Kid's issue for their February edition.
Gina Mazza currently lives in Florence with her beautiful 7 month old daughter and her husband Alessio. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Gina wanted to share with us the story of her coming here and how she overcame some of the cultural differences she encountered when settling in. Read more her story......From Vancouver, Canada to Florence, Italy By Ela Vasilescu – Writer/Journalist
This is another great site for the littler ones. They have scientific clubs and so much more. http://www.portaleragazzi.it/
I wanted to remind everyone about this site. It is a Firenze Comune portal site for teens and college students 15 and up. They have topics of interest, events, and so much more. Check it out. http://portalegiovani.comune.fi.it/ (site is in Italian, but a great way to get your teen to interact in the community)
By Ela Vasilescu - Writer/Journalist A.B. is a twenty two years old mom currently living in Prato with her one year old daughter. She is originally from Russia, of Irish heritage on her father side. A.B. wanted to share her story, where she talks about why she chose this city as her home, how she fell … Continue reading Florence, Love, Joy, and Pain
Free Violin lessons for kids (elementary school age) at the Nidiaci garden in Oltrarno (via d'Ardiglione 30) will be starting this Thursday at 6 p.m. The teacher is Mariana Pinto, whose extensive curriculum you can read here (in Italian) http://www.nidiaci.com/2016/04/03/mariana-rodrigues-pinto-la-nostra-maestra-di-violino/ The course is entirely free of charge, but for insurance purposes, an accompanying adult must … Continue reading Free violin lessons for kids in Florence
To the many Expat Moms that follow our Website/blog; As some of you may know in the past, we have interviewed many moms about their experience as expats. Together with journalist Ela Vasilescu we would like to continue this project. Living an expat life, being pregnant and giving birth are unique experiences we could all … Continue reading We Would Like to Read Your Expat Story
You may have noticed a few blog post and workshops about Dr. Paolo Molino a psychotherapist. Dr. Paolo Molino has been helping the Expat community for years. He is a psychotherapist of Gestalt psychology. He is also a family man with his wife and two children. He expertise covers many areas such as: Affection disorders … Continue reading Ask Dr. Paolo is back
This is not what you want to have happen, especially one day before going on vacation. You are all packed and ready to leave the next morning. You got up out of bed, hit your chin and wham, you knocked your front tooth in half. Of course this was a tooth that you already cracked … Continue reading OMG I cracked a tooth a day before vacation
The British institute in Florence has inaugurated in September of last year a new space for children to use and enjoy together with their parents. Librarian Chiara Barontini, who joined the British Institute in 2015, wanted to give life to the children’s library, improving their collection through donations and making the space a comfortable and … Continue reading Children’s library at the British Institute