As part of our community blog content at ON THE MOVE, we present our interview series, where we invite movers to bring their thoughts not only on the physical move but on the intensely personal experience of moving house. Here we explore the spirituality and psychology of Home and why where we live means so much to us. We want to hear your story, please share it with us.
by Hannah Katsman
Whether you made aliyah before or after you had kids, you’ve most likely been pleasantly or rudely surprised by parenting norms here in Israel.
[...] I asked immigrant parents to share their experiences — whether exasperating or inspiring — about raising children in our wonderful country.
[...] May we live to see many more children grow up here in peace and freedom.
Hannah Katsman, a mother of 6, grew up in Cincinnati and made aliyah with her husband and baby in 1990; Since 2006, she has been writing social commentary at the popular blog A Mother in Israel, and helping home cooks save time and money at CookingManager.Com. She works as a lactation consultant in private practice.Follow or contact Hannah: Facebook | Twitter | RSS | Website
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