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Rainbow on my plate : Cooking with my little chefling

Rainbow on my plate : Cooking with my little chefling

My favorite quote in Sara’s room is : “Play with fairies. Ride a unicorn. Swim with mermaids. Chase Rainbows” This one quote on her wall has everything my little girl loves. But what she hearts the most is rainbows and has been drawing them ever since she could differentiate between different colours. “Rainbows make me happy”, she […]

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Sara turns seven : A picnic birthday party.

Sara turns seven : A picnic birthday party.

Sara loves being outdoors. She is always picking up dry leaves, hunting for fallen flowers and branches and turning them into “magic potions” and art for her room. She loves to walk around and hunt for “fairies”, can spend hours with a book under a tree, likes to have impromptu picnics after school or just go cycling with her […]

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My little chefling turns six : The Little Mermaid.

My little chefling turns six : The Little Mermaid.

I clearly remember the day when my little chefling decided to come into our lives. Two weeks early. I called up DH in the middle of the night warning I would disown him if he didn’t make it in time for the birth of our little monkey (He was travelling that night).   That day […]

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Because she loves tea parties.

Because she loves tea parties.

Sara likes tea parties. She loves “hosting” them. Most afternoons after school she likes to make tea for me. Sometimes her dolls join us too. Often there are sandwiches, cookies and a pastry or two. I get directions on how to hold the cup, “with your pinkie out because a princess ought to behave like […]

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Do you believe in fairies?

Do you believe in fairies?

The first thing I like to do when I switch on my laptop each morning is to have a look at the google doodle and this morning was no different.The doodle read “International Fairy Day“. Frankly speaking I had no idea that a day like this existed and I don’t really “observe” these days. But […]

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