Activities You Can Start Doing With Your Children

Several families worldwide have had to remain in quarantine since 18 March 2020. As a result of these unprecedented acts which interfere with our everyday lives and habits, life at home, working time, and children cannot be easily combined. It is crucial that parents are often scared, worrying about how they will hold their children while they stay at home during this long period.

Here is a range of activities so that you can have fun and even encourage parents to have a break to fill up with great entertainment ideas.

  1. Lullabies & stories

It would be great if you took a break during your stay at home. There are designed fun nursery rhymes and coloring drawings that can be enjoyed together with your children. They also enjoy following Luca and Milla’s adventures while coloring freely to enrich their creativity and vocabulary and encourage their global curiosity.

  1. Games board

When it comes to bringing the entire family together, whatever the ages, nothing can substitute for a good board game. The list of great board games is so long! Monopoly, Taboo, chess, or even Yellow Dwarf!

Think of little games like Hangman, petit bac, tic-tac-toe (backpack and crosses), naval combat, etc., … Read More

Baby boy clothes, what to pack for maternity?


Around one fifth of births occur in the two weeks prior to the due date. Several weeks ahead of term is therefore a good time to pack your maternity bag. With hormones playing with your nerves at this stage, here is a list you can rely on.

Babygrows (times three)

You’ll find it hard not getting emotional as your baby boy gets the first ever piece of clothing on his back. A 100% cotton bodysuit will be kind to his skin. Prefer long-sleeved babygrows, as babies lose heat quickly.

Six items should suffice. If you have to stay a few extra days and more are needed, your nearest and dearest can go for more later. Believe us, too many clothes spoil the maternity bag. The more you pack, the less you’ll use. Because let’s face it, you won’t have the time to rummage through your stuff. Make it handy and remember: less is more!

Sleepsuits (times two)

Two pyjamas will be plenty. Make sure the poppers run down the front and between the legs. A nappy change is a big deal for a tiny newborn. Turning him from back to front in the process can cause distress. As well as … Read More