Never dealt with the concept of a live-in helper? Buying a car for the first time in Hong Kong? Planning a party? We’ve got the answers to all your questions as you adjust to your fab new life in the Kong.
t’s time dress up the munchkins, and go to town for some spooktacular fun! We’ve put together a Hong Kong-specific guide to help our GeoBaby Mums plan a terrifying (or cute) All Hallow's Eve for their adorable little ghosts, goblins, witches, fairies, and pumpkins. Enjoy!
It’s that joyous time of year again, but before we swing into the Year of the Monkey find out what 2016 has in store for your little ones.
Kung Hei Fat Choy! Want to know what's in store this year for your precious tots? Our Chinese zodiac inspired predictions will give you an insight into dealing with your little ones in this year of the Fire Monkey!
Curious about what kids born in the Year of the Fire Monkey are like?
Fire Monkeys are a fiery ball of fun. Their intelligence, determination and curiosity will keep parents on their toes. Their witty personality and baby babble are enjoyed and admired by many and often makes them the life of the party. Monkeys are very honest but be prepared for some white lies on occasion.
At ShopInHK.com, GeoBaby's online store we're working very hard to amaze you with our vast (and growing) range of products. Discover these great new products, handpicked for GeoBaby mums and bubs that you will absolutely adore!
Admission deadlines are coming up for international kindergartens and primary schools for the 2016-17 school year!
Finding the perfect school for your child and then successfully applying for a spot is stressful even for the most organized parents. To help make the process a tad bit easier, we’ve compiled a list of admission deadlines and links to each school’s admission page. Plus, schools without a strict deadline we spoke with to figure out when the best times to apply. Good luck!
Your exhaustive, step-by-step manual for whippin’ up a cub-friendly junkscapade this summer…
Judging by the soaring temperatures, blasting A/Cs and the ever mounting piles of sweaty laundry, it’s safe to say that another summer is here, and in Hong Kong, that means … JUNK TRIP TIME! For many of us, it’s an annual tradition to get together, soak up the upcoming stretch of lovely weather and enjoy the picture-perfect views of Hong Kong’s coastlines and islands while bobbing up and down on a plush, kitted-out boat at sea - and for the little ones, it’s too much fun to handle! So, before we plunge straight into long streaks of ideal junk trip weather, we suggest you use these rainy days to get your first junk trip of 2016 all planned and booked! Allow us to assist you in gathering and summarising all of the info you’ll need...
The festive season is approaching and like always there are a number of family friendly events happening around town. From Christmas bazaars, arts carnivals, music festivals to name a few and we know it’s impossible for you to attend them all. So, it was a challenge but we’ve managed to pick the top 5 events happening in the next couple of weeks that you'll seriously regret missing out on. Here we go...
Stumped for ideas? Check out our list for inspiration!
With Halloween (and lots of Halloween parties) just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about costumes! We’ve put together a list featuring our favourite costume ideas for kids. Best of all, all of these adorable costumes can be ordered online and delivered straight to your doorstep. How easy is that?
Survive the summer heat in Hong Kong with a few of our favourite tips and tricks for new mums and mums-to-be
Being pregnant or taking care of a newborn is tough work and it’s even harder in the heat. Expat mum of three, Laura Tyson, who survived the excessive Doha desert heat pregnant and with a newborn passes on her tips to stay cool in Hong Kong this summer.