Summer is over, but donÂ´t despair!
The nice part about the summer being over is that all the activities for babies/parents are back on schedule :) Baby Song
, Open Day Care Centers
, Baby Swimming
, Cultural tours
, ChildrenÂ´s Farms
, and more. The list is long.
If you understand Norwegian, donÂ´t miss out on the BaBy Walks organized by the Oslo City museum. Only 3 walks left this fall! At the Astrup Fearnley Museum, the Munch Museum and the Henie Onstad Art Center have monthly baby-friendly guided tours. Check it out here
As usual the Geitmyra Culinary Centre for Children organize baby food courses, but theyÂ´re very popular, so thereÂ´s hardly any spots left. Check this page
, though, if you wanna see how you can try to get a spot after all. They also organise food courses for toddlers!
No new strolls this month, as weÂ´ve been traveling. But plenty to chose from here
For the older and cooler kids
A lot of activities as usual this month. Ronja RÃ¸verdatter
is performed at Nationaltheatret, "Doktor Proktors prompepulver"
at Riksteatret, Pippi
at Christiania Teater and Snow White
at Oslo Nye Trikkestallen.
Geitmyra Culinary Centre for Kids organise food courses for kids. See here
for more information.
Get dinner delivered at your door!
Exhausted and tired of coming up with new and exciting recipes? Kolonihagen
and Godt Levert
deliver food and recipes 3 or 5 times a week. I havenÂ´t tried it myself, but have been recommended them by several friends :)