In this blog we’ll introduce Eva Dögg, yoga instructor, and her daughter Nóra. You’ll see two videos: A yoga session video and a quick meditation that suits well for kids.

In this blog I’ll give so many different ideas for activities at home that I’m sure everyone finds a few things they can do with their children. I’ll also give you some tools to make things easier, such as free Lulla doll printables, and lots of fun and useful links.

The Game of Choice is a brilliant thing to add to your child’s daily routine. It teaches children about personal choice, expressing their will in a positive way and sticking to a task. It encourages independent play so it is also a helpful tool for parents who need a short break.

I want to give you ideas on how to spend time with your small baby at home. I’ll tell you how to enjoy the time better together, give you different ways to help bonding and how to kill time when you feel that every day is the same or time passes slowly.

You might have heard something about writing a birth plan, but don’t know exactly if you should write one. In this blog we’ll give you answers to your thoughts about the birth plan and give you a foundation to create your own plan.

It might be hard to realize what to bring to the hospital. And it’s not only mommy who needs to pack a bag. The birth partner also has a role in all of this and of course the star of the show: the baby! So here is a list with details about each item you might want to bring to the hospital.