Is there anything like Mumsnet in Spanish?

(10 Posts)
StuntBottom Sat 06-Dec-14 17:46:07

Studied Spanish at uni but am very rusty these days and would like to brush up a bit. I'm reading a couple of news websites in Spanish but want something a bit more easy-reading/more colloquial to read. Anyone know of anything?

DalekBread Sat 06-Dec-14 21:43:34

No, but watching with interest!

DrankSangriaInThePark Sun 07-Dec-14 18:44:13

I listen to various podcasts like notes in Spanish and coffee break Spanish. Haven't found anything remotely like Mumsnet though.

Saracarbonera Sun 07-Dec-14 18:54:49

Exactly like Mumsnet, no but here are two you might be intersted in. The first one has some pretty good advice, even if you aren't into natural stuff and if you look in the "desahogo" parts you can sometimes come across some pretty good bunfights ;)

The second one is a more moderate parenting forum. It is full of great advice and quite popular.

www.crianzanatural.com/forum/

www.serpadres.es/foros/

DalekBread Wed 10-Dec-14 12:42:07

Gracias Sara

StuntBottom Wed 10-Dec-14 15:43:50

Muchas Gracias, Sara. Will give them a go.

Iamyourmil Wed 10-Dec-14 15:47:14

Very interesting smile

BocaDeTrucha Mon 05-Jan-15 13:13:29

Try looking on

www.enfeminino.com

I find some interesting stuff on there.

ChickenMe Tue 06-Jan-15 22:55:03

Marking place as am also rusty having left uni in the mid nineties after doing Spanish.

GirlInTheDirtyShirt Fri 22-May-15 12:57:58

Enfemenino is a bit like Spain's answer to Netmums... I've searched in vain to find anything that compares to Mumsnet over here. Reddit en español might be of interest?

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