Happy Mothers day

Happy mothers day from my crazy circus to yours. A family photo isn’t complete without a cloth diaper on a lamp, a hidden plate of candy and a tea cup.

My first Mothers day as a mother of two was as uneventful as the previous mothers day but this time I got some photos out of it.

Being a mother can be infuriating, frustrating and most of the time you feel like you’re running a zoo, but most of the time it’s filed with lots of happiness and contentness that you have your children in your life, my boys fills my heart up with so much joy and watching them grow up is a gift I really appreciate.

Arren my first born son, the most stubborn little fighter in town, but he’s always trying to make us laugh, he’s selling Carl out for toots and basically rolls on the floor laughing when he does, he’s so fun and adventurious and he makes us get out of our comfort zones all the time.

Asher the little baby, is the perfect addition to the family. God, knew I needed a calm baby after the intensity that was Arren. He’s so smiley, grabby, adorable beyond believe and loves to explore. He’s so dedicated to move that it’s upsetting to see him hit milestones faster and faster.

I never thought I would be a boy mom, but I love these boys so much.

The fastest trip to Warsaw you will ever see

Carl used his time off to go renew his passport with only few months left he has been exceedingly worried for a while now, we decided the best  thing to do was to go during my birthday week.  We set out with a plan and we decided that we really didn’t feel like staying the night so instead we drove in and drove back. Continue reading

a trip to Torun part 2

Torun had so much to offer that I didn’t think it was fair to bombard one post with so many photos.  Pierniki is a traditional Polish gingerbread that has been produced in Torun since the middle ages and you can just see and taste that they have mastered the art of making the perfect gingerbread, the beauty, detail and care taken to make these tasty little art pieces is just amazing. Continue reading

A trip to Torun part 1

Torun is such a little hidden gem in Poland, a quick day trip from Gdansk and you’re in a beautiful medieval town filled with history and amazing treats, but a highlight about going in December is you get to see day time Torun and nighttime Torun even with children, because night time starts at 15:30, the perfect little family activity while you feel like adults for going out at night. Continue reading

A kid at a candy store

When we set off on my Birthday adventure to Torun, I never in my wildest dreams thought we would get stuck at a candy store for like 30 minutes.  We knew there would be Pierniki, a  delicious gingerbread, but we didn’t know there was going to be every little kids dream hand made candy in beautiful shapes, riding on a Christmas train. Continue reading

Happy Birthday to me

Another year around the sun and loving it, not going to lie this has been a really, really hard year.   Poland has been surprisingly hard to assimilate to, but I’m really happy to be growing more as a person and have goals that I know I want to achieve and I’m extremely happy to be getting older and hopefully a little wiser with the years. Continue reading

Fall walks

The weather has been fluctuating so much lately, but one thing it’s been doing consistently is raining.  It’s been raining almost non stop for 2 weeks.  I was starting to lose hope that I would be able to run errands without getting soaked ever again, but Arren and I persevere  we go out when there’s a little break and make the most out of it and come back usually soaking, but luckily for us we had a nice little rain break when Carl was around. Continue reading