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Here are articles with tips and inspo for your parental leave. How should you plan your days and what do other parents do? Read more here and be inspired!
Family road trip in Europe: baby sleep habits
How easy is it to establish good baby sleep habits in a camper van? In this final installment, our road trip family tells us about the twins’ nap and bedtime schedule. Read Part 7.
Family road trip in Europe: Food on the go
In Part 5, our Road Trip Family tells us about food on the go, and how they manage to cook delicious and healthy food for the whole family, in spite of a tiny kitchen and no freezer. They also share a recipe for an easy-to-cook vegetarian casserole!
Family road trip in Europe: Camper van routines
Four people in just six square meters – talk about compact living! Read Part 4, in which our road trip family tell us about the challenges of tidiness and routines in a camper van.
Family road trip in Europe: Baby packing lists
What do you pack for babies for a long road trip? With a home of six square meters and two babies growing bigger each day, our road trip family needed to plan their baby packing lists carefully. Here’s Part 3.
Family road trip in Europe: Preparations
How do you prepare for a long road trip with young babies? The choice of camper van is just one of many practical issues to figure out. Read Part 2 of Family Road Trip.
Let’s go on a road trip in Europe!
Juli and Christian swapped their comfy apartment for a camper van and headed off on a long road trip with their baby twins. Follow the family’s road trip, a journey totally on the children’s terms and with a focus on nature. This is Part 1.
Paternity leave: Johannes in Australia
Johannes started his paternity leave by travelling to Australia with his family. Do you also have a friend or relative in an exciting destination you could visit while on parental leave?
Outdoor life and the under 3s
Anna and Jacob are active people who love outdoor life. They are also the parents of a baby – how do they find the time and energy for their outdoor life?