Oh well… in a few weeks I’m getting 30! For me this sounds like officially being an adult. No twenty-something anymore… 30! I don’t feel like this. I also still have the feeling, that I don’t know exactly, how to adult. 😉 I’m more excited about toy animals, than my daughter and don’t know when I should stop eating chocolate (not in general, more like the amount per day…)! So yeah, this is why my birthday wishlists always have at least one toy animal included. 😉 So cheers to being an adult with a happy inner child! Check out my last wishlist – still carving some of those things! 😉 Continue reading “Birthday Wishlist – crab, I’m getting 30!”
Happy mothersday to all mothers!
The reason why I post those photos of me posing on rocks? Just because I felt super confident about my body in this moment. I always didn’t like my legs, but since my daughter was born (and thanks to breastfeeding) I’m kind of in love with myself. Don’t get me wrong… Continue reading “Finding my inner queen”
Our journey through Western Australia started and endet in Perth. We had 2 days at the beginning to explore the city and 2 days at the end, where we stayed in Fremantle – which was perfect, for visiting Rottnest Island. But let’s start with Perth! We didn’t do any museum or cultural stuff, we only visited Kings Park and Botanic Garden. We stayed at the Alex Hotel and explored the area around it, which was Continue reading “WA – What to do in & around Perth”
Our girls is really into her Monchichi and I’m really into tiny dungarees… I thing dungarees are the best and cutest on babies. I bought this way before she was born and didn’t know about sizes… so it will be too small soon, but I hope she can wear it a little bit during our German summer! Plus, she has her own Kanken already… yeah, this is my girl. Continue reading “Baby Outfit – Red Dungarees & Monchichi”
Oh how I love black stones… and even more if I wear bright colors – the contrast is just too good! Fjällräven let us test the Greenland Updated collection during our Western Australia trip and I have to say – the Greenland jackets where perfect. Most of the time it was super windy, but not cold, so the light jacket was just the right protection from wind and sun. Plus the famous G-100 material is pretty handy in such a rough area! And as always, Teva has the nicest and comfiest outdoorsy sandals. Hope you like our bright outfits as much as we like them!
Continue reading “What we wear – Colorful in Western Australia”