Monday, December 7, 2015

Baking

So many things to do of pleasure this time of year. not only all lovely dinners, cocktails etc but the simple things we should do at home, in cosy pants and with those we love.

Baking Pepparkaka for example multiple times since we tend to eat them every evening, they disappear in a blink of an eye infront of a fire with warm Starkglögg. Cosy times for sure!

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  1. Love the cheeky bum peeking out from the baby's apron - so cute.

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    1. Ohhh his body, to yummy! We look like identical twins if you see me in that same age. Round and lovely!

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  2. will you put your Givenchy shark lock on the vintage shop ? :)

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  3. I like this photo on the background but I cant see what is it can you tell me?Nice way to spend evening I like your children look so sweet.

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    1. Thank you! I't from the photo exhibition I hosted 6 years back now and I had a large vernissage with portraits and photos professionally printed and sold.

      It's an old, beautiful and powerful lady from an exotic island smoking a cigaret!

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  4. These 2 little blond hair boys, with your handsome brown hair man preparing sweets is adorable! Full of tenderness...
    Hugs

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    1. Thank you! Family life when I love it the most, even though it was messy! hugs

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  5. the children bake naked ?

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    1. The youngest apparently did as you can see!

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  6. So sweet are those boys! I baked some of these yesterday and they are so perfect for the season, everyone loves them and they smell amazing.

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    1. Lovely for you! Do you make them in different shapes? Tomorrow we will make pigs, stars and reindeers! Only problem is that they wont last, they are too nom nom!

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    2. Yes in a pig shape for Christmas Eve especially when we have our big family party in the tradition that has carried from my husband's Austrian family, it has to be the piggy cookie or it's no good. Lovely traditions you are starting with your boys, this is what matters as you know XOX

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  7. they are sooo cute!
    Baking with children is so much fun and very different from baking alone
    Best wishes
    /from another nurse (and mother of 3)

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    1. Welcome here! Yes baking is messy but lovely and teaches children that you can create and build things! ave a cosy evening!

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