Raising children between countries and cultures, parenting in constant transition is confusing and challenging. We don't have our families and friends close by to support us and we are in a new environment that needs to be continuously tamed. At the same time it is exciting and full of new discoveries, a blessing and an adventure. I have experienced it both ways, with ups and downs.

Picture by  Gregor Buchhaus

Picture by Gregor Buchhaus

Hello and welcome! I'm Cristina, the mother of a little girl who lived in 5 countries in her first 16 months. I share here about our multicultural life abroad (in China, South Korea, France, Austria and Germany) and about our natural learning journey.

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