Light Blue Saturday

  I love Saturdays. Saturdays mean that I can sleep in a little but they also stand for the fact that we get to spend the whole day together as a family. Today was an exceptional day as it was sunny but the wind from the sea made the heat bearable. It was lovely and…

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Whistle & Flute

Nowadays, I don’t have much time to read magazines. I still buy them though as I like the idea of sitting in a cafe or being in the park and reading them but as said…it’s an idea. In reality, I read them very quickly but with my phone being much better adapted to my new…

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The Dooky

When having a baby there are so many things to get which is quite overwhelming. I figured out that splitting all items in two groups worked the best for me. There was the important gear that was (or at least it seemed) absolutely essential and the things that were “nice to have” but which could…

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Cute Attack: Freshly Picked

  It was one of those Thursdays when we lay on the couch while eating watermelon and watching Shark Tank; this show where enterpreneurs pitch their business to financial investors (sharks) to obtain money and guidance. There are various types of businesses. Some are hilarious and some really random but it happens as well that a…

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Closet Cleanse Vintage Promenade

It has been too long; way too long. Over years and years, I have been accumulating a sea of clothes, shoes and accessories. By now, my closet was literally bursting at the seams. It was as if our house was not only inhabited by us but also by some room mates. Room mates that were…

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Coffee, please!

I have never been a big coffee drinker. I have always liked the smell, especially from freshly grounded beans and brewed coffee. However, its taste has never been something that I appreciated a lot. On its own, is has a very strong effect on me. It makes my heart beat fast. Sometimes my hands become…

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Little Bird got an eye on us

Have you ever thought about how the world looks like from a baby’s point of view? When looking for a camera to film videos in a very mobile way (compared to the static Nikon I have), I purchased a GoPro Hero+ Silver. Being super flexible with this camera, I can film now wherever I go.…

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The P Story

It stands on a wooden bureau in our living room. Right next to the sewing machine that I inhereted from my mother when I set forth after my A levels, a couple of matryoshka dolls from my Moscow visit and a miniature figure of Walther “Heisenberg” White from my man’s beloved TV show Breaking Bad.…

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When the little bird sleeps, Mama plays

Being a mother surely is a tough job. One day to another, your life changes and you don’t have a lot of time left for yourself. That said, since I have only limited me-time available I have learned to seize quickly opportunities when they come and appreciate the little things.  For instance, I have always…

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Bounce, Baby, Bounce

In the first weeks of adjustng to motherhood I carried my baby wherever I went. I carried him either in my arms or in front of me in a cotton sling. Pursuing activities on my own was quite impossible so with all the carrying my arms and back started to become a little bit tired.…

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