Courtney Adamo on choosing a slower life with her family

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 2 May 2017

17 mins

Living in London, working and having a Nanny was not what Courtney Adamo wanted from life, so she packed up her four children (and husband) and traveled the world. After visiting France, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Portugal, South America, Sri Lanka and the UK they have settled in Byron Bay. Now, she’s just had baby number five. It’s not always been easy, but for Courtney, it’s been worth it.

 To read more about Courtney’s book about being pregnant read here.

For more on Courtney’s travel, check out her website here, and her online shop via Babycino here.

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