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    When I bit into a piece of chilli soaked in the broth of cheese and flavors, I felt the most amazing fireworks pop up! Have you watched the movie Ratatouille? If yes, you would exactly understand what I mean. The pungency of the chili, as it stung my tongue was slowly assuaged by the cheesy […]

    The post Bhutan: Ema Datshi – A Dearly Loved Fiery Soup appeared first on World Moms Network.


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    My husband is a New Yorker whose theatergoing parents always planned their theater outings well in advance. He’s adopted this same long-range planning attitude, and that’s how we ended up with tickets to “the Harry Potter play” this past September. In a fit of jet-lag , he’d bought tickets the previous November during an airport layover en […]

    The post UAE: Parenting Tips from Harry Potter appeared first on World Moms Network.


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    I’m 36 + weeks pregnant, so last week I packed my hospital bags, checked them in at the airport, and hopped on an international flight. Destination: Cape Town, South Africa, where sunshine, ocean waves, beaches, mouthwatering fresh seafood, mountains, and stretches of vineyards await. My new life rule is that I only have babies near […]

    The post GUEST POST: On Leaving Zambia to Give Birth Abroad appeared first on World Moms Network.


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    If you loved to travel pre-kids, you probably got a big shock the first time you traveled with kids. Goodbye vacation, hello stressful multi-tasking of the whereabouts, safety, and happiness of little people amidst canceled flights, busy airports, and a foreign place where you don’t speak the language. Traveling with kids, especially young ones, is […]

    The post POLAND: Eight Reasons Why You Should Travel With Your Family (Even If It Is Exhausting) appeared first on World Moms Network.


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    A Promising Terrace Above The Town That is what the receptionist said when I asked her the meaning of “aussichtsterrasse baumli”. “So, how do we go there?” I asked again. She looked at me blankly at first, and I worried if I had asked a culturally inappropriate question. “You have been here in Winterthur, for […]

    The post SWITZERLAND: A Walk to Remember – Baumli appeared first on World Moms Network.


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    There was an air of pious anticipation, that one could almost hear the elephants trumpeting while carrying huge granite stones to build the temple, one could almost hear the hum of the 400 odd dancing damsels’ and their anklets tinkling, while dancing for Lord Shiva (as the lore tells), and one could almost envision the […]

    The post World Voice: From PranaPrathishta to Pranahuti – The Transformative Possibilities appeared first on World Moms Network.


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      Often World Moms contributors are also global travelers, and we are excited that a new travel podcast called Dramatic Travels recently featured two of our contributors. Nicole Melancon had the honor of being the very first Dramatic Travels podcast interview to air, and more recently Elizabeth Atalay shared her travel stories in Episode 9. […]

    The post Dramatic Travels Podcast Features Two #WorldMoms appeared first on World Moms Network.


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    THE BIRTH OF Siddhārtha Gautama 6th Century BC: The old nurse looked at her radiant Queen, Maya Devi. She still had the same sweet smile on her face, and nothing seemed to have changed since the day she was born, the day the old nurse picked her up as an infant. Pregnancy only made her […]

    The post Lumbini, Nepal: Buddha’s Birthplace, What Remains Now and the Ethos of the Heart appeared first on World Moms Network.


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