Everyday Arren and I get creative, either we bake together, make something interest for a snack, make origami, little boxes or we paint.
I know I’ve skipped a whole lot of Asher’s updates, but boy life is so chaotic with two, throw in a pandemic and I’m just barely keeping my head above the water.
Life in Poland right now feels like a blur maybe its Covid, maybe its having new baby,but its all just whirling past. I mean how is it already February?
When we first moved into our new apartment we soon realized we were further away from the bigger shops than we would like, as a family we eat a lot of vegetables, so much that Arren doesn’t even know that all his treats are laced with vegetables. When you don’t have a car and how much groceries you get depends on how much your stroller will be able to hold things can get tricky and having a new baby makes getting to further locations by train or bus a little more difficult, in those times you can only look at food delivery.
Being a mother the second time around is kind of like riding a bike, things are easier than with the first one, but so much harder at the same time, but totally worth all the frustrations.
My first born son turned 4 and we couldn’t be more happy to have this overly difficult, but amazingly lovable boy in our lives.
Since moving from our apartment in the forest to our apartment in the city, Arren has started using the stairs as his playground.
When did you put up your Christmas tree this year? We put ours up before Asher was born, because we just needed a little extra cheer this year.
We decided to stay the morning in Berlin to go check out the mall, take Arren to his favorite toy shop and so I can go to an Asian grocer to get all the things I love and need.
After the aquarium we were ready to explore. We grabbed some snacks from the Rv and headed out.