Life From A Manual Doesn’t Always Make You Happy
Three years ago, the Matúš family – Zuzka, Janči, Maroško and Jakubko – decided to radically change their lives . They had a beautiful house, Zuzka looked after the children at home and Janči worked all day to bring home enough money. No doubt, many Slovak families are in the same situation. For the Matúš family,
Goodbye, Stroller! Hello, Scarf!
Many people associate carrying children in scarves (babywearing) with primitive African tribes or ‘alternative biomoms’ and only see it as a trend that will go away in time. In truth, our grandmothers and great-grandmothers also used to carry their children in cloths or sheets. This technique used to be very common but it has almost vanished
Homeschooling Isn’t for Everyone
The Slovak school system is a topic that’s been widely discussed in the Slovak media for a long time now because of the problems it’s been having. Underpaid teachers, outdated teaching methods, and discussions about the increasingly more controversial topic of the student grading system. All of these, along with other personal reasons, may be why
Miriam Šmahel Kalisová advises: “Don’t underestimate newborns.”
Many people only view Miriam Šmahel Kalisová as a pretty face from the TV screen. To us, however, she’s an example of a mother who, after her first child, has dedicated her time to helping other mothers give birth with smiles on their faces.
Saying Yes to Babywearing – Interview with Jana Felcanová
For the fourth year in a row, parents will go out into the streets to celebrate and support the idea of babywearing. It’s all a part of the International Babywearing Week. This year, it will take place between the 2nd and 8th of October. Babywearing isn’t just a modern trend but it’s also a part of