Entries Tagged ‘Children’

Having A Baby In Norway – The Last Appointments

There is not much to do in the last appointments with your doctor and miwife the week before you give birth excpect the same old checks.  You might arrange your stay in hospital – hotel or materniy ward – fill in some more information forms, (which also helps the system collect statistics on how many […]

Bæ Bæ Lille Lam

The Norwegian version of the classic English nursery rhyme Ba Ba Black Sheep. Ba, ba little lamb, Have you any wool? Yes, yes, dear child, I have the body full. Sunday clothes for father, And Sunday clothes for mother. And two pairs of socks For tiny little brother.

Reindeer Herding – A Family Life

sami-and-reindeer-sleighReindeer herding is more than just an occupation, it is a way of life and an integral part of the Sami culture and identity.

Recycling for Future Generations

Norwegians have really understood the principle of recycling. An old, decommissioned boat like this one just needs to be stripped down, dragged out of the water and planted on solid ground. And voilá, you have a jungle gym for your kindergarten! It’s just like how kids dump their new toy to play with the box […]

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