Trying to get pregnant, trying not to get pregnant, don’t want to be pregnant? Kate Ensor explores all your options.
About to become a new parent in Luxembourg? Kate Ensor is there to help guide you through the first week.
Museums are for teenagers too. Between 1-19 February, the City of Luxembourg opens the doors of its seven museums to secondary school students.
And here’s one for the parents.
Children’s books at Christmas please both kids and adults, but which are the best ones to buy? Little English Bookworm recommends 5 great reads.
Don’t let your child miss out – book these popular events in advance!
A new online parenting help service dedicated to the English speaking community of Luxembourg has been launched this year by Kanner Jungend Telephon (KaJuTel).
Panicking because you’ve decided to host your child’s bithday party at home and now don’t know where to turn? Don’t worry. Bex Stapleford gives you everything you need to know to throw a party at home; from professional children entertainers, magicians, face painting, bouncy castles, themed supplies and where you can hire almost anything you may need.
Is your baby getting a bouffant? Time for a trim for Timmy? We’ve listed our top 5 hairdressers in Luxembourg for kids, so you don’t have to snip!
Fancy taking the whole family out to eat this half term? Debbie McDonnell suggests 10 restaurants where you are sure to get a warm welcome.
Great cafés abound in Luxembourg, but where to go with kids in tow? Katie Nail reveals her top 5 family-friendly cafés.