We made it to Gdansk Poland! Things have been hard since we got in our uber to get to the airport, it was a whole series of unfortunate events that almost broke us! Continue reading
We are in the final stretch of our move to Poland, in 17 days we will hopefully be on a plane to Gdansk Poland and with that comes a lot of anxiety. Continue reading
Colorful houses, cobbled streets and cute little toddler in a baseball jacket, does it get any better? Continue reading
I have the video up, but I thought I would take the time to write down how I feel about moving to Poland in a couple of months. Continue reading
Arren is such a big Mamas boy, when I’m not around he will tolerate Carl, but if he just sees any glimpse of me, he will start thrashing and turning like he never wanted Carl as his father. Continue reading
As Mother’s day approaches I feel more and more grateful for this life I have. Continue reading
^^ Pretty clouds over lions head.
^^ Probably our last hike at lions head.
^^ Raw beetroot ravioli stuffed with sunflower cheese.
^^ Pretty succulents.
^^ Roses popping out.
^^ A walk on the promenade.
Hello friends! How are you doing? Did you get up to anything this weekend. We had a horrible weekend where nothing wanted to work out, I almost got knocked off the trail on lions head thanks to the trail runners not worrying about anyone else, and to top it off it was such an insanely hot day before 10 that I started feeling like food in a microwave just slowly cooking away getting radiated. I’m really not looking forward to Summer back in Africa, but I’m trying to survive by having my eye on the prize.
We’ve been keeping a big secret! Can you guess what it is? 22 December we’re making our little family a little bigger. We’re expecting a baby! Keeping the baby secret so long has been pure bliss for us we really wanted to keep such a joyous moment happy and decided not to tell family until we had our 20 week scan to make sure everything was good with the baby. We’ve had all our happy moments ruined so far, so it was nice having the time to enjoy the happiness together without being lectured at 29.
We are over the moon excited! We’ve decided not to find out the baby’s gender in hopes of having everything be a little more gender neutral and its just fun having a little surprise to look forward too. We’ve been collecting little baby clothes, and I have to tell you guys, I don’t think its that small? I keep looking at the newborn clothes and thinking how is that suppose to come out of me! It just doesn’t seem right. We have a name picked out for a boy and girl, so we are ready to go go go!
Surprisingly the blanket in the photo is for a girl, its suppose to match the northern lights, can you see it? I still have to make a blanket for a boy, but I’ve just been so busy I haven’t had time to go get wool and get crocheting ! I’m really excited for baby A’s arrival in the world and this little blessing to fill our hearts with even more joy and love. I can’t wait to meet you in December little one! From the ultrasound we could see this baby is going to be a little busy body and I can’t wait to be able to hold this little wiggler! We love you dearly already.
^^ The bees are all out and and about enjoying all the almost spring flowers.
^^ Pretty flowers on our walk to the beach.
^^ Pretty ocean, we are convinced this ship is sinking.
^^ have you ever seen an albino squirrel. Carl spotted this guy when we left from our hike and stopped to take photos of this guy. The most photogenic, yet scruffiest squirrel around.
^^ what a poser.
^^ We made it back down just in time, when we got to the car it seemed like rainmagadeon . Just look at all this rain at a nursery.
^^ Amazing skies.
^^ Really blue water.
^^ another pretty sunset.
^^ Checking out the flowers while Carl takes a photo. He always takes so long to take a photo. Hence the face.
How was your weekend? We wen’t for a walk down to the beach, but it was an unbearably hot day with an unpleasant amount of people. The promenade was filled with people cycling without helmets for them and their kids? I find it so dangerous to see kids that aren’t even one yet on their parents bicycles without a helmet. Protect your precious cargo, guys! We went for a lovely quick hike around deer park again, that was basically me just running telling Carl, I need to get my exercise in and he walks to slow. It was a really great weekend, but any weekend with an albino squirrel will be interesting.
^^ Found the best organic shop with the most amazing rye bread ever.
^^ I love this little guy.
^^ I can’t seem to find clothes that fit me here. There workout pants even look baggy and like they want to fall right off.
^^ After hike salad on rye.
^^ My favourite green smoothie with a view.
^^ Veggie sushi dates. Its really hard to make sushi with an average knife.
^^ Wise words before our hike.
^^ Pretty proteas. We’ve actually discovered that I’m horribly allergic to fynbos and these guys, so basically I’m allergic to the entire Cape town. yay, for me!
Rocks stacked up.
^^ I was on high frog alert on this walk.
^^ End of hike jump!
How was your weekend? We decided to go all military planning on Cape town, thanks to everything closing at 13:00 on a Saturday here, I find it really inconvenient and strange, but we found the cutest little charity bookshop really close to us that sells books at a ridiculous price. We went for a walk around our neighbourhood that made me wonder why humans have to make everything so ugly. On Sunday we decided to try and go for a hike on the cloudiest most stormy day, just to get out of this horrible apartment, sometimes walking in nature can turn a bad weekend into a magical one.