IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG TO RECOGNIZE SUNSHINE
IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG TO RECOGNIZE SUNSHINE












If you said we were abnormally rich and had the whole playground booked for our most fanciful frolicking, we wouldn't be more in agreement. It seemed like only skeletons of trees heard our small talk and up to this point we haven't been able to keep up with the demand of all the abandoned play areas in our neighbourhood. There was not a jumping, pink or Spiderman wearing soul in sight and the whole experience could be as quick or take as long as we'd like even if it was likely the weather conditions would not stay ideal. So what kind of games we aimed for? We didn't avoid muddy grounds and sheets of fallen leaves because when company isn't available you actually try and make up for it in complicated tasks, moves and climbs. It's more than entertaining, it's gasps and bursts of laughter at every corner because when mama is chasing you you'd better run or hide or alter your approach to what she's capable of. Who said mummy-daughter playdates have to happen in overheated indoors? 

It's been weeks now of Damian's insanely delicious cucumber soup eaten with chunks of bread and various sausages. Steaming hot is the best answer for wind-pulling-hats-off weather. Remind me to show you next time how we work on our body tissues over here. Days are still perfectly uncoordinated because of extensive gift wrapping, Christmas cards writing out and addressing, preparing short notes to go with them otherwise it'd look like Sunday-morning-type of season already. And those sort of things are last minute necessities alongside learning colours, counting, colouring inside lines. 

Yes, yes! we're almost ready for my mum to fly over from Poland - last tips how to pack for English weather and which old and loved for a long time Christmas decorations to be brought with her repeated at least countless of times so my job here is done. Last entries in my new day to a page diary successfully interlined therefore New Year doesn't terrifies me anymore (those fully filled in days only) so from now on it will only be time of comfort and fun. And dealing with toddler's requests of all kinds. Like peeling her tangerine because she accidentally bit the skin around her little finger.

IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG TO RECOGNIZE SUNSHINE

IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG TO RECOGNIZE SUNSHINE
IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG TO RECOGNIZE SUNSHINE
IT DOESN'T TAKE LONG TO RECOGNIZE SUNSHINE
^^ I don't argue with toddler wanting to snack right there right that very minute. It may change, don't risk it. ^^

14 comments:

  1. Oh she is so cute! It looks like an amazing day! I like your blog. Maybe you can visit my blog and follow me on gfc and bloglovin.
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  2. Beautiful pics! Really cute girl! :)

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  3. You have a lovely daughter! I like the way you write, it read pleasantly :)

    xo Mel
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  4. toooo cute for words!
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  5. such a cutie! loved the life recap

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  6. Oh, I love her hat and her little boots! She is adorable.

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  7. I hope that little finger she bit doesn't hurt anymore. Aww..She so cute and thank goodness ''mama'' has all the time in the world to spend with little princess,
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    1. The little finger is okay now, Kim.
      And yes, if I can spend with her all my days, I'll devour it wholeheartedly!
      Have a great week, babe! xx

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  8. You guys are unstoppable!
    Mayor of the town should be impressed, no one else is exploring the area in this weather! x

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    1. What happens when we'll run out of places to see? I hope it'll never happens. x

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