Lots of things happened during the month of April, but the first part – Easter – will have to be another post. This is what I did after Easter:
I have lunch everyday consisting of protein (fish / chicken / meat) and lots of veggies. The Spanish part of the family has never heard of parsnip (palsternacka / pastinaca or chirivía) nor Jerusalem artichoke (jordärtskocka / pataca or aguaturma) but I like them. And regardless of what they say, my mother will keep giving me broccoli! (despite my sometimes not very happy face).
Daddy and I are trying to decode the books in Swedish, this one is about ingredients for purés… What, you don’t think that “Jerusalem artichoke” is an important first word in a baby’s vocabulary? (it’s actually the first picture / word in the book!!)
In Copenhagen I slept really well in the fresh air in a garden full of spring flowers. The Bugaboo was actually the 6th pram that I (and my mother) have tried as we keep borrowing prams when we travel…
I skyped with French A and his mother P when we were in Copenhagen. It was really exciting to see a baby who can crawl really really fast on the computer screen. We will meet baby A who is soon turning 1, when we will hopefully go to Geneva in May
Another one bites the dust 😉 I shared my quilt with Irish C but he was a bit boring, as he only lied flat on his back. Mind you, he didn’t say anything when I touched his face, which was nice as some people claimed that I left scratch marks…
A photo especially for my Swedish grandfather who hates it when people cut the cheese into a steep slope (kälkbacke?). The adults had a weird political discussion on whether it was the fault of the cheese cutter (tool), the person cutting the cheese or actually the cheese? The Danish contingent was saying that it was the stupid Swedish cheese cutter (tool or person?) or maybe the blame was put on the Swedish cheese? One way or another it was something Swedish… 😉