ABOUT ME

Hi there! I’m Tani De Gregorio. The one behind this little blog. ‘Our big Dubai adventure’ started about three years ago when I quit my job in a multinational in Switzerland to follow my husband to sunny Dubai where we are living now with our two little munchkins, Luca (3) and Maëva (nearly 2).

This blog is not about the glamorous life of an expat wife. There’s just too many baby wipes and too few high heels in my life for that.

Instead, it’s about our daily adventures in the sandpit. About motherhood away from home. It’s about the kids. About fun things for them to do. Things you might not have heard of otherwise. It’s about workshops. And cool places to explore. In this amazing city we call home. At least for a little while…

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I hope you’re doing well and the UTI is flushed out of your body. I feel for you. I didn’t have an UTI when I was pregnant but my doc told me I was susceptible to having one and I’ve had 2 before – it sucks a whole lot. Fluids and time are your saviour. I hope you recover soon. I’ve also had first hand experience with Al Zahra’s emergency section. I was due to give birth on August 3rd but my waters broke a month in advance. The doulas, my gynaecologist – Yamini Dhar and the rest of the… Read more »

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