DELFT MAMA BLOG
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1. You know you are a mum with double standards when… You tell your kid that he should not eat candy whilst you sneakily unwrap a chocolate bar, fly it into your mouth and wolf it down with not even moving your jaw. 2. You know you are a pram pusher when, when you walk… Read More »You know you are a mother when…
Delft Mama of the week, Claudia, is a mother of Katerina (2,5) and a new born Nikolas (2 weeks). “Since I was a kid I wanted to be a mom. I used to play and care so much for my dolls like real babies. When growing up I had a closer feeling with my… Read More »Delft Mama of the week: Claudia
Our ‘fresh from the farm’ (or farmers’ market) approach to grocery shopping here in Delft has been the outcome of a lot of little changes to our lifestyle in the past few years as well as the product of quite a bit of research. So, now I am one of those people who, when I… Read More »Food: Going organic
Delft Mama of the week, Emilie, a mother of two girls (soon to be three) and a resident of the city since 2008, is the graphic designer behind the renewed Delft MaMa logo and website. “When designing the new Delft MaMa logo, a couple of iconic Delft images popped into mind. The blue heart struck… Read More »Delft Mama of the week: Emilie
Citizens of the Kingdom of the Netherlands*, vassals of the King Willem Alexander “the first”, let your hair down, dress up in orange from top to toe and celebrate that His Royal Highness is turning 49 this coming Wednesday the 27th of April, on Koningsdag it is all allowed. (*that includes Aruba, Curaçao and Sint… Read More »Local events: Koningsdag (King’s Day)
A mother of two little girls, Ildikó is one of the main volunteers behind the new Delft MaMa website. Before taking up on the challenge she kept herself busy for years by organizing cookie baking events, clothes swaps, and movie nights.
World traditions: in the series “world traditions” we will discover what countries celebrate and how do they celebrate it. At the end of the post, you will find an “embrace the tradition” kit, for those who want to celebrate like a local. To inaugurate the series, a post about Lovers’ day in Catalonia and World Book… Read More »World traditions: 23rd of April, Lovers’ and World Book Day. Let’s celebrate!
It was a December evening in Coimbra, Portugal. Neither of them were from the city. As a matter of fact, they were both born far from each other in different countries, yet somehow ended up listening to the same background chatter of their friends. Just one day before they simply could have passed each other… Read More »Ik hou van jou – T’estimo
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