Hi! My name is Daniela and I have a cute 7months baby daughter. I'm trying to raise her as a bilingual and I'm looking for EMT moms living in Legnano or Rho area. It would be nice to meet for a walk in the park with our kids spending some time together speaking in English. Italian moms with the same aim are welcome too : ) Is anyone interested ? Thank you Daniela
Hi all, I'm 3 months pregnant and am looking to meet people in a similar situation and to find a nice antenatal group/class. I only moved here two months ago with my Italian fiancè and as I've been feeling so rotten over the past couple of months didn't have a chance to get out and meet friends/make a life for myself here before we found out, very happily but a little surprisingly, that we are expecting. And so now I'm feeling that I've gone through a huge adjustment but really want to get out and meet people so that when the baby comes along next year I have a group of friends who speak English! It seems to me that Italian people don't do 'coffee mornings' the way us Brits seem to and I'm a little scared about being isolated with a newborn. So if anybody is in the same boat or knows of any groups I'd be really pleased to hear from you.
Hi, we just moved to Milan and are looking for English speaking play dates for our children Zohar ( 4 years old) and Boaz (6 months old). We live near Parco Sempione in the Brera area. Feel free to contact me at: email@example.com We are looking forward to meeting you and your children!
Hello, my name is Francesca Villis, I'm married with an english teacher who works at the british council in Milan. We have two children, 10 and 5 years, and we'd love to meet some other british families or anglo/italian families who live in Milan. We live in Gessate, at the end of the green line metro in a beautiful area very close to cernusco sul Naviglio and Gorgonzola. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org Please feel free to contact me. have a good summer everyone! Francesca