One of the biggest things I’ve noticed since having to use a buggy is how unfriendly the public transport system can be to buggy and wheelchair users!!!
There are quite a few stations in and around Frankfurt without a lift or escalator, like Nidda Park which has neither ! Continue reading “A little help in navigating the public transport system in Frankfurt with a buggy!”
This is a post giving you links to all my go to Facebook groups that I find useful as an expat mum living in Frankfurt.
This group is a must for any new English speaking mums/mums to be in Frankfurt.
Its an incredibly active group and with so many members its a great source of information. Its a group to ask questions like where can I buy kids shoes , ask for recommendations on all sorts of things including pediatricians, gynecologists, midwives, kindergartens etc and to ask for advice regarding baby sleeping habits, feeding, flying with a young baby etc.
I actually made a couple of friends through this group and got put in touch with 2 playgroups that I used to take D to before he started kita. Continue reading “My go to Facebook groups!”
During winter I am always looking for indoor places to take D to in the afternoons. On Facebook I came across information about the Salzheilgrotte Frankfurt and saw that it had a salt spiel room for children. So the next day we grabbed some white socks & headed there with some friends to take a look.
If I find I have a long afternoon ahead of me with a very energetic toddler I tend to make a run for one of these 3 places .
These places have saved me from insanity on several occasions as they allow a buggy hating toddler the freedom to run around whatever the weather.