After Little Passports heard my personal travel story, they set up an interview with Simply Rachel to share with their readers. Below is a small excerpt from their post:
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We love talking to moms around the world. We find it fascinating to learn about the variety of activities offered to children around the world and compare them to what we have at home. It is also a great inspiration for thinking up new activities to do with the kiddos, or even a way to learn about kid friendly destinations when planning our next vacation!
Each country and culture is filled with wonderful new adventures, so when we met our new friend, Rachel Hackett, a mom and a blogger who is currently living in Germany, we couldn’t wait to ask her a few questions! Rachel has been on the move with her family for almost 7 years, living in Germany and Kuwait. Hear her story below.
Little Passports: What’s it like to be an American raising kids in Germany?
Simply Rachel: Germany is a dream for raising children! The entire nation puts a strong emphasis on child-friendly and family oriented experiences. There are always playgrounds within walking distance in any direction, more adventure parks than I can count, and endless opportunities to explore nature, gardens, castles, and ruins. Because winters here can be long and cold…[Continue here for the full post]
The best part of raising my kids in Germany is the opportunity for travel and hands-on learning. We can talk about the Eiffel Tower and then drive 4 hours to see it! Questions about London? Let’s go! We have been blessed with the opportunity…[Continue here for the full post]
LP: Your husband is ex-military, how was it like moving from place to place with your family?
…[Click here to get the full post over at Little Passports].