Are you looking for inspiration regarding summer activities for your children? We at Delft MaMa strive to provide you with updated, comprehensive lists of activities,… Read More »Summer Fun with Your Kids in the Delft Area and at Home
A warm welcome to our treasure trove of articles on parenting in Delft.
Children often have their own unique ways in making connections with others. A child may express a certain need through behaviour to their parents, and it can be a challenge to read between the lines. Perhaps you have a similar experience, which is why I would love to share my story with Delft MaMa. In my practice as a Parent Coach, I help parents and children identify unhelpful patterns and find workable alternatives. I would like to warmly invite you on a journey in the form of a case that one mom shared with me.Read More »How to Identify Your Family’s Unhelpful Patterns
During one of Delft Mama meetings, lots of moms showed interest in the topic of high school enrollment in the Netherlands. My first association was… Read More »Time for High School: Mom in the Land of Tulips has All the Answers!
The Multi-tasking Myth One misconception about postpartum life is the expectation that new moms are able to constantly have their newborns within arm’s reach, as… Read More »[Design & Parenting: Baby Swings] Between Holding on & Letting Go
Science is a serious matter but it also involves fun. The best part is that we, as citizens, can work side by side with researchers. And do our bit to make a difference on behalf of our world. For example, catching plastic while sailing in the canals.Read More »Citizen and Science: Sailing Canals Catching Plastic
Part 6 of a Series Each week in the coming months, our blog team will share an interview with the coordinators of the various departments… Read More »Meet Delft MaMa’s Vice Chairperson/HR Coordinator
From 25 January to 4 February 2023, De Nationale Voorleesdagen (National Reading Days) are celebrated in the Netherlands. Delft Mama has teamed up with DOK… Read More »2023 National reading days – international storytime
Too often we focus on our mistakes or what could be done better. This is one of the reasons for low self-trust and confidence (especially amongst women). What we should be doing instead is seeing and celebrating the many many things we do well every single day!Read More »Confidence for the Win!
Part 5 of a series Each week in the coming months, our blog team will share an interview with the coordinators of the various departments… Read More »Meet Delft MaMa’s Playgroup Coordinator
Meet Sowmya! Part 4 of a Series Each week in the coming months, our blog team will share an interview with the coordinators of the… Read More »Meet Delft MaMa’s Outreach and Partnership Coordinator
Last fall I was wandering through Clingendael Park to enjoy the fungi season on one of the few warm sunny days. I walked on a thick carpet of brown leaves and took pictures with my phone here and there. I was trying to register the amount and diversity of fungi it was possible to see around. There were people more ready than me to catch up with the beauty of nature: big cameras, tripods, and lights. I knew, at that moment, that fungi were a serious matter in this country.Read More »Enjoy the Fungi Season and Help the Science!