Outdoor activities and sport are of supreme importance for child’s healthy development. However, the time children spend outside of home is not only an ingredient of a healthy lifestyle, but also a great mode to learn about the world and their immediate surroundings. The way we choose to spend time outside depends on the conditions we live in, creativity, enthusiasm and a certain amount of dedication to active lifestyle. Outdoor culture depends on climate, geographical zone, landscape, habits, traditions and even values people have in a particular country.
So, in order to get a global picture we will soon start a new series and we’ll ask 10 parents from 10 different countries to share their favourite outdoor activities peculiar to their homeland. Please note that we are still looking for some other mums (or dads) to write about their country so if interested, please send us an email info[at]lesenfantsaparis[dot]com
The following photo’s are taken by Emily Kornya in Italy. For our new readers, this is an example of a typical Les enfants a Paris playdate shoot where we dress the children before they start playing… No rules, no posing, just play and have fun! Get inspired!
Ottavia is wearing a dress by Péro.
Lavinia is wearing a dress by Péro.
Kayla is wearing a shirt by Péro, skirt by Il Gufo.
Photography by Emily Kornya, children’s fashion photographer who works throughout Europe. She has recently moved back to Europe after completed her undergraduate degree in English Literature, Russian Literature in translation and South Slavic Studies at The University of Toronto.