They are such great buddies. Even when they have to share ice cream. This is a photo taken by my husband — I love how he captured that moment from that angle. I don’t really know what exact angle I am trying to describe… it is the feelings which the photo invokes that really matters, right?
This has been a lovely evening. The kids are sound asleep, my better half has committed his presence to a much needed boys’ night (for his sanity and mine), and I get some rare time to myself to read, rest and reminisce… and roll on the bed whichever direction because it’s ALLLL MINE. When you’re three kids in like me, you’ll learn to take whatever you can get 😉
It has been some time since the last entry, not because I haven’t been as inspired because that is just not true; yet to say I have been too busy living is then simply far-fetched. Perhaps finding my center again is more apt. There has been a bit of Bread and a lot of Queen in the past months. Add a spoonful of Mark Diamond to switch things up a little. And a whole lot of Baby Shark for the kids by very specific, very repetitive demands. How did we ever survive without Spotify in the 90’s?
Amelie and Teddy are quickly growing into delightful not-so-little sprites, full of angst and joy and sugar and spice. This is them below, where we spent a lazy Sunday morning at YaKun for breakfast.
Amelie: Why are we eating here? (referring to the shop logo next to our table) Why are these words in Chinese?
Papa: We wanted to have a very ‘Chinese’ breakfast, and this is the place for it.
Amelie: I love the eggs… but I am not Chinese, I am English! 😂