So the forecast for this week is cloudy, gentle breeze with -12°C. That is just too cold for November! Anyway, Lykke is keeping her ears warm in this cute hat from Zara (the jacket is from babyGap). Today we are off to buy some wool clothes.
Me and Lee are off to se the new Harry Potter tonight! I´m a BIG fan so I can´t wait, Lee is just being nice coming with me;) Thanks to Linn and Ole Jacob for babysitting Lykke! Yes, this is our first movie together since Lykke was born.
We just might have to buy this bean-bag called Kebnekaise, I think Lykke would LOVE it and so would I!. It´s designed by a Swedish design studio called Little Red Stuga ("Little Red Cabin".....love the name). They specialize in designing innovative environments and products with the child in focus. Browse through their website here, and take a look at the rest of their cool products (the Dream Bag is also on the top of our list!).
"Kebnekaise is a knitted pouf and the highest mountain in Sweden at 2104 m and is situated in the north of Sweden. Now every child can climb it in the livingroom! Made in Sweden!"
We spent the day with Helene and Stella at R.O.O.M. You can stroll around in here for hours. You can find everything from furniture, textiles, home- and gardening accessories and kids stuff. They also have a great café. They describe it as a little oases in the city – I agree.
I´m crazy about owls, so the owl-pillow now has a place in Lykkes bed.
This is Lykke insisting on eating her breakfast all by herself. What a mess, but I guess that is the only way to learn!
We are off to meet best friend Stella for lunch. See you later!
I bought this vintage dress for Lykke when she was only a couple of month old. Now we can use it as a beautiful tunic, it looks great with a big cardigan over. I think she looks like an angel wearing it;)
I´m a big fan of Donna Hay and I absolutely love the Donna Hay Kids magazine. It´s packed with beautiful pictures, delicious recipes and fun ideas for small people in the kitchen. Check it out here.
PS: It´s snowing in Oslo right now, so looking at these pictures makes me warm inside;)